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Bordeaux, France

4Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
8Picture(s)
200Sqft
Great potential for this vineyard – Very charming place with 20 hectares in only one block – Ideal project for wine and tourism business – Quiet and green environment.
$899,000 Eur

Elegant Country House / Chateau with 7 ha of Bordeaux Superieur vineya

Bordeaux, France

8Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
490Sqft
Amazing view surrounded by 7 ha of vine, quiet and idyllic place. Set in one of the most beautiful areas of the Gironde countryside at 55 mn from Bordeaux. Enjoy amazing views; surrounded by 7 ha of vines, a quiet and idyllic locaiton. Set in one of the most beautiful areas of the Gironde countryside, 55 minutes from Bordeaux.
$1,294,650 Eur

France 27 ha of vine under Bordeaux and Entre deux Mers AOC

Bordeaux, France

5Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
350Sqft
Great opportunity for this vineyard sep up on excellent terroir ! 27 hectares of vine in Bordeaux AOC, large and functional winery, stone house, garden and panoramic view on vineyard. The property is based at 9km from Cadillac and 40km from Bordeaux VINEYARD … 27 ha of vine under Bordeaux and Entre deux Mers AOC 1.8 ha of land 0.60 ha of various land and buildings 4.
$1,575,000 Eur

BORDEAUX, BEAUTIFUL ESTATE WITH 23 ha of very well maintained vines AO

Bordeaux, France

8Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
500Sqft
40 kms to BORDEAUX, BEAUTIFUL ESTATE WITH 23 ha of very well maintained vines AOC Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux. Cuvier and winery equipment in good condition.
$1,575,000 Eur

VINEYARD in AOC Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux

France

5Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
400Sqft
VINEYARD ... 22.60 ha of vine in AOC Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux 2.15 ha of land under AOC 3 ha of woodlands and various other land All the vine are in one block around the house and buildings. The terroir is clay and silt with a lime subsoil, south exposition Density of the vines : 1.8 x 1.2 (=5 000 feet/ha) Vineyard well maintained HOUSE AND BUILDINGS ...
$1,575,000 Eur

Vineyard 25.8 Hectares of Vine near Bordeaux AOC

Bordeaux, France

7Bedroom(s)
4Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
480Sqft
VINEYARD … The total surface is around 28 hectares : – 25.8 ha of vine under Bordeaux AOC (4.78 ha of white and 21.02 ha of red, only one block) – 5.5 ha of vine under a lease (possibility to keep the lease or to buy the vine, based 2 km from the property) – 1.
$1,627,500 Eur

Vineyard Lussac, Saint Emilion

Lussac, Saint Emilion, France

3Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
50Sqft
Exciting project with this vineyard very well maintained and on a great terroir. No winery on place but perfect spot to build one ! All vineyard machinery included. 2 employees. Ref: 89323XRO33 Ask us anything – advice, book a viewing or more info Vineyard : Estate is composed of 30.73 hectares with : – 18 ha of vine under AOC Lussas St Emilion – 2.
$2,199,000 Eur

Vineyard Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux AOP Bordeaux d

Bordeaux, France

5Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
8Picture(s)
280Sqft
Very interesting vineyard, well equiped, great terroir, charming stone house. Near Blaye and at 45 km from Bordeaux downtown. Situated on one of the best Blaye terroir ! Ref: 89124XRO33 Ask us anything – advice, book a viewing or more info Vineyard : Total surface for 18 ha whose 14.50 ha of vine under Blaye – Côtes de Bordeaux AOP.
$2,200,000 Eur

Vineyard & Chateau 45 minutes from the Bordeaux

France

6Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
300Sqft
Location : 45 minutes from the Bordeaux-Mérignac airport and a few minutes from a village with all amenities (petrol station, supermarket, bank, insurance…) Ref: 60903XRO33 Ask us anything – advice, book a viewing or more info CHATEAU … Arriving by a private lane, the main house consists of 5 large bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
$2,730,000 Eur
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    Vineyards for Sale in France

    The French have been producing wine for centuries and France has become synonymous with quality and expensive wine. The cooler climate in which the french grow their wine grapes, results in a wine that is lighter bodied, lower in alcohol and has a higher acidity than warmer climate wines. Although other countries have recently begun producing some wonderful wines, France is still the number one producer and consumer of wine. Countries that are new to producing wine tend to name their wines after the grape due to the fact that these countries create wines using a single grape varietal such as California Chardonnay and Merlot. The French, however, name their wine after the region in which the grapes were grown such as Bordeaux and Burgundy since the French often use a mix of grape varietals to create their wine. Each French wine gets its unique flavor profile from it’s terroir. Terroir is the unique affect a region’s soil, climate and sunlight has on the grapes and each year the terroir will be different.  The terrior cannot be replicated even if the same exact methods are used. The most critically acclaimed red, white, sparkling and sweet wines come from France. Let’s renew our love affair with French wines by getting acquainted with one of it’s lesser known regions. 

    The region of Languedoc

    The Greeks were the first to plant grapes in Languedoc between 500 B.C. and the early A.D.s. With the arrival of the Romans, cultivation continued and increased. In the mid 1800s Languedoc grapes contracted a blight that destroyed the vines and nearly destroyed the region. In order to rescue the region’s vineyards, 2 Frenchmen concocted a plan to graft American vines with European vines. Although this plan was not popular with all French vintners, the task was accomplished and French vineyards began to flourish once again.

    Languedoc is located in the south of France in the Mediterranean Coastal region known as the Occitanie Region. This region spans from the Spanish border in the southeast to Provence in the east. Although France, in general, grows its grapes in a cool climate, this area is part of the Mediterranean coast and as such has a typically warm and sunny Mediterranean climate. The wine from this region is rich and full bodied with an above average alcohol content compared to other French wines. When combined with nearby Roussillon, Languedoc is the largest wine – producing region in France with 1.3 billion liters of wine produced every year. That equals 1.8 billion bottles of wine. This region produces 40% of all wine exported from France. The region is also the largest producer of organic wine in France. The area produces rich full bodied reds, unoaked zesty whites and a variety of sweet wines. It is believed that the process used to create Champagne was discovered in the Languedoc region and documents have been discovered that support this theory. Long before the advent of Champagne, this area was producing Cremant de Limoux, a sparkling wine that has been around since 1531. In recent years, people from the U.S., New Zealand, Europe and even France have been relocating to Languedoc in order to take advantage of the area’s recent popularity and the new and younger wine makers’ more creative approach to wine making.

    Often when we think of French wine, what comes to mind is tradition, quality and that it is expensive. Acquainting yourself with wine from the Languedoc region will dispel this notion. This region is only just becoming known for its wine and due to this fact the wine from this region tends to be less expensive. It is not, however of lesser quality. This makes wine from Languedoc an affordable choice for those who are new to wine or those new to French wine. The fact that Languedoc vintners are young, creative and forging a new way to make quality wine just means that you will be ahead of the curve.