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(434) 981-5923 , Italy

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CALL: (434) 981-5923 VINEYARDS IN ITALY Italy was one of the first places in the world to make wine and it is the world's largest producer of wine by volume. The winemaking tradition is incredibly important in Italy, and there are currently over one million active vineyards in the country.
 

EMILIA-ROMAGNA: FARMHOUSE WITH 48 HA OF LAND AND VINEYARD FOR SALE

Italy

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
42Picture(s)
348Sqft
EMILIA-ROMAGNA: FARMHOUSE WITH 48 HA OF LAND AND VINEYARD FOR SALE On the Tuscan-Aemilian Apennines, in a quiet and panoramic position in the province of Cesena, farmhouse with 48 hectares of land, olive grove and vineyard.
$650,000 Eur

ORGANIC FARM FOR SALE IN MAGLIANO SABINA, LATIUM

Italy

8Bedroom(s)
11Bathroom(s)
36Picture(s)
695Sqft
ORGANIC FARM FOR SALE IN MAGLIANO SABINA, LATIUM GEOGRAPHIC POSITION Within a short drive to the centre of Magliano Sabina, in Latium, on a hilly position with panoramic view on the surrounding countryside and one kilometre away from the Autostrada A1, farmhouse with annexes, pool, olive grove, vineyard and land, currently working as an Agriturismo.
$660,000 Eur

FARM WITH VINEYARD AND CELLAR FOR SALE IN SANSEPOLCRO

Italy

7Bedroom(s)
5Bathroom(s)
60Picture(s)
1,000Sqft
FARM WITH VINEYARD AND CELLAR FOR SALE IN SANSEPOLCRO On the hills of Sansepolcro, not far from the town, farm with 6 ha of vineyard, cellar and stone farmhouse.
$700,000 Eur

Via Fratelli Cairoli, 1-3, 06012 Città di Castello

Italy

6Bedroom(s)
8Bathroom(s)
33Picture(s)
354Sqft
GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION Between Umbria and Tuscany , a few kilometers from Città di Castello and Cortona , stone farmhouse with outbuilding and surrounding land. The property is located in a splendidly panoramic position, in a quiet but at the same time easily accessible area.
$850,000 Eur

Via Fratelli Cairoli, 1-3, 06012 Città di Castello

Italy

6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
64Picture(s)
1,188Sqft
STONE FARMHOUSE WITH SMALL VINEYARD FOR SALE IN UMBRIA In a panoramic position just outside a small town on the border between Umbria and Tuscany , we find this large stone farmhouse with annex, swimming pool and small vineyard.
$970,000 Eur

Italy Tuscany - BIOLOGICAL ORGANIC WINE FARM, CHIANTI DOCG

10Bedroom(s)
9Bathroom(s)
68Picture(s)
658Sqft
BIOLOGICAL ORGANIC WINE FARM, CHIANTI DOCG Organic and biodynamic farm with farmhouse and restaurant for sale in Tuscany . The property is located in an easily accessible area, reserved but not isolated at the same time, just 2 km from the nearest center, where you can find shops, restaurants and schools.
$995,000 Eur

ORGANIC FARM WITH IGT HOBBY VINEYARDS FOR SALE IN TUSCANY

Italy

6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
76Picture(s)
436Sqft
ORGANIC FARM WITH IGT HOBBY VINEYARDS FOR SALE IN TUSCANY On the hills around Florence, in the area where Chianti Rufina is produced, organic farm with Agriturismo, Hobby vineyard with small vinery, and olive grove. From the house one has a beautiful 360° panoramic view over the surrounding nature.
$1,175,000 Eur

ORGANIC FARM WITH IGT VINEYARD FOR SALE IN TUSCANY

Tuscany,

6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
79Picture(s)
436Sqft
ORGANIC FARM WITH IGT VINEYARD FOR SALE IN TUSCANY On the hills around Florence , in the production area of Chianti Rufina , organic farm with farmhouse , vineyard and olive grove . From the house you have a 360 ° panoramic view of the unspoiled nature of the area.
$1,175,000 Eur
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Vineyards for Sale in Italy

Italy has long charmed visitors with its art, culture, food, and perhaps most importantly, with its wine. Italian grapes have incredible versatility and can be crafted into red, white, rose, sparkling, and fortified wines ranging from ultra-sweet to bone-dry. Unsurprisingly, Italy is one of the top exporters of wine across the European Union. Italy’s mild Mediterranean climate and rich soil allow many varieties of wine grapes to flourish, with almost 400 different kinds growing across the country. Second in global wine production only to France, Italy is a favorite of wine tourists and connoisseurs from every continent. If you’re looking to start a vineyard or take over established vines, Italy is the perfect place. 

Given a climate ideal for viticulture, it should come as no surprise that Italy has a long history of winemaking. In fact, Italy has been perfecting the cultivation of wine grapes for more than 4,000 years. Before the Greeks ever stepped foot in southern Italy, wine had become an essential element of the food culture in the region. When the Greeks arrived, they were so amazed that the Italian countryside was so hospitable to wine grapes that they named the region “Oenotria,” which means the land of wine. Over the next millennia, Italian vineyards and winemakers worked to refine their craft and cement their reputation. Italian winemakers grew in popularity as Catholicism rose in importance because the high quality of Italian wine made it the perfect choice to use in sacraments. Many of Italy’s grape vines were destroyed in the 19th century by the vine louse phylloxera, but most of those vineyards have been replanted and are currently thriving. Today, Italy is one of the world’s best-known and most diverse wine producers.

While wine grapes are grown in every region of Italy, some regions are more productive than others. Combined, the country’s three top wine-producing regions grow about 60% of all Italian wine grapes. Veneto, Italy’s best producer, exported 2.2 billion euros of wine in 2018 alone. Tucked away in northeastern Italy, Veneto is arguably the most important region for Italian wine. Veneto is small in size but it nonetheless out-produces all of the other regions. Many kinds of wine grapes thrive in Veneto, including grapes used to make sparkling, white, and red wines. The region is perhaps best known for its outstanding Prosecco, a sparkling wine crafted using Glera wine grapes. The second highest wine exporter is the well-known Piedmont region located at the base of the Alps. The Piedmont region produces the most wine earning the country’s highest designation, DOCG, of all regions in Italy. Piedmont is also home to some of the oldest and most recognizable vineyards and wineries in the country. Tuscany is the main rival of Piedmont. Tuscany and Piedmont are constantly vying to be Italy’s most respected and most visited wine destination. When most people imagine Italian vineyards, the first image to come to mind is likely of Tuscan vineyards on top of the rolling hills between picturesque, historic villages. Tuscany’s famous Sangiovese grapes are used to craft a variety of wines, including Chianti.