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€1 890 000 (FAI)**
|Surface||305 M2*||Plot Size||191575 M2|
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In the heart of the Cotes de Bourg, 35 min from Bordeaux, the Chateau overlooks its vineyard on a hillside of this smiling countryside which largely deserves its nickname : "Small Switzerland of the Gironde".
SURFACE AREA : Domain of 20 hectares of which 14 hectares are vineyards.
AVERAGE AGE OF THE VINES : 25 years whose one small Malbec block aged of 55 years
EXPOSURE : Southerly.
TYPE of SOIL : Clay and limestone.
VINEYARD : Planted with 60 % Merlot, 35 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 5 % Malbec, the vineyard derives much benefit from its total southerly exposure and from the privileged micro-climate due to the proximity of the estuary. The search for quality with regard for tradition is the permanent leitmotiv in the running of this vineyard (type and density of vines, maintenance, ploughing, pruning, etc…).
PRODUCTION : About 80 000 bottles of 3 differents red wines are made and sold.
SALES : Direct sales to private customers, companies, retailers and restaurants.
We find on the property a large winery (around 215m2) half-underground keeping fresh temperature with a full winemaking equipment. A storage and bottling room covering around 302m2. A guest house (130m2), a gîte (120m2) and a main large and confortable house open on an nice garden with trees, pool and terrasse (305m2) all is completely renovated.
The sale includes all equipment and one employees knowing perfectly the vineyard and the work to do.
This is a profitable property that sells wine to direct clients.
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Faible émission de GES
Forte émission de GES
Gironde is the largest french department with 2170 miles of rivers and 72 miles of fine coastline, and thanks to Bordeaux is home to 1.3 million people. It is named after the estuary that was formed by the Garonne and Dordogne rivers. The department is most famous for its sandy beaches, delectable mussels and fine wines. Summer is hot, with the occasional storm and Winter is usually mild.
Bordeaux is the capital of the department and also where the main wine industry is located. Being a bustling, cosmopolitan city, it contrasts with the traditional atmosphere found in wine-producing communities. The city has an elegant shopping centre, including the longest shopping street in Europe, and many great restaurants. The port town of Langon is located to the south of Bordeaux and is the highest point on the river Garonne, and the area has many stunning villages including St Emilion with chic, boutique shopping and wonderful vineyard scenery.
The Aquitaine Atlantic coast attracts a number of surfers, and is considered to be the best surfing spot due to its high waves. The Bassin d'Arcachon offers a more relaxing experience, and if you like mussels this area produces France's fourth largest supply.
British Airways, Flybe, Easyjet and Air France all fly to Bordeaux from most UK airports. The TGV can also get from Bordeaux to Paris in under 4 hours.