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Vineyard Designate Cabernet Sauvignon Vineyard on 25+/- Acres

, California

Searching for an income vineyard with a multi-year grape purchase agreement? Look no further! This 25+ acre parcel consists of 21 acres planted to Cabernet Sauvignon of three different clones. The vines were planted in red rocky soil on a 6’x6’ spacing in 2000 and 2002. Vineyard designate wines have been established by the current owner and have commanded Napa-like prices.
$995,000 Usd

3153 Ruddick Cunningham Rd, Talmage

, California

Rarely does a piece of farm ground come available on Ruddick Cunningham Road. Located in Talmage, this 34+/- acre parcel is a farm unit consisting of 18.5 acres planted to Bartlett and Bosc Pears and 13 acres planted to Chardonnay wine grapes.
$1,695,000 Usd

46 +/- Acre Farm, Vineyard & Cannabis

, California

46 +/- farm acres located in the Big Valley AVA outside of the exclusion zone. The ranch features APZ zoning and a new agricultural well with a recent pump test of 2,400 gallons per minute. There are 31 acres planted to young Sauvignon Blanc vineyard set-up with solid set irrigation sprinklers and drip irrigation.
$1,900,000 Usd

Terra Bella Vineyards and Estate

, California

50-acre vineyard estate parcel in the Red Hills AVA 42 acres planted to Cabernet Sauvignon Production Avg 5-6 Tons Per Acre Multi-Year Grape Purchase Agreement 1900 Square Foot Single Level Home with Vineyard and Water Views Shop and Farm Equipment Storage Located off of Highway 29 and Point Lakeview Road Perched on ridges of lean volcanic soils at altitudes of 2,100 to 2,200 feet above sea level
$2,770,000 Usd

24 Acre Triple AVA Vineyard Estate and Guest House

, California

This award-winning triple AVA vineyard estate on 24+/- gated and fenced acres features 11.3 acres of premium vineyard. Through the automated estate gates, you wind past the pond and up the olive tree-lined driveway. Just over the knoll you approach the 2,460 sqft country farmhouse perfectly positioned in a private setting with 360-de- gree views of the estate’s vines.
$2,999,500 Usd

96+/- acre Marquee Vineyard and Pear Orchard in the Big Valley AVA

, California

This marquee offering is comprised of numerous contiguous ranches (5 legal parcels) and is one of the North Coast premier holdings, producing high-quality fruit and investor grade returns. This offering consists of 50.5+/- acres of high yielding Sauvignon Blanc vineyard and 38.5+/- acres of production pear orchard. This opportunity is a turnkey farm operation, including a 3,600 sq. ft.
$3,500,000 Usd

Vineyard Designate & Award Winning Ranch

, California

This turn-key 62+/- acre ranch and vineyard is conveniently located between Santa Rosa and Kenwood, California overlooking the Valley of the Moon and Annadel State Park. The property is secluded and private yet in close proximity to boutique shopping, gourmet restaurants, and all the modern amenities.
$3,795,000 Usd

Old River Road Luxury Estate and Vineyard

, California

119+/- acre vineyard estate located on the banks of the Russian River in the romantic farming town of Hopland. Enjoy the best of the summer wine country or the mild winters at this completely custom 5,482+/- sqft residence built-in 2010. This property offers unmatched indoor/outdoor living with a breath-taking great room that opens to a covered pavilion- lion, outdoor kitchen, and fireplace.
$3,995,000 Usd

Agricultural Landmark Property

, California

Many agricultural possibilities present themselves on this 44 +/- acre landmark Mendocino County facility located outside the eclectic town of Hopland, 30 min N of Healdsburg. This Wine Country oasis has frontage on Highway 101 and provides access to one of the best locations in the entire county for building a premier brand for your next venture.
$4,900,000 Usd
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Vineyards for Sale in California

California Wine Country: The Perfect Location for a Vineyard of Your Own

Each year beginning in August in California wine country, the grape harvest begins. Grapes are picked by hand and often at night. The first grapes are harvested early August to create sparkling wines. The next grapes harvested are used to make still white wines. Beginning in October and November grapes are harvested for red varieties with harvest time often continuing until December for late harvest dessert wines. You could be a part of the exciting and rewarding work of harvesting grapes in order to create beautiful wines to share with the world. There are many vineyards for sale in California. Your biggest challenge may be choosing which area you would like to put down roots. Below you will find 3 very different and wonderful regions. 


Napa Valley

Napa Valley is the state’s largest and best known wine region. Napa Valley is a beautiful area located in Northern California 50 miles northeast of San Francisco. Napa is the most densely concentrated winery region in the world. It spans 30 miles between Napa and Calistoga and is home to 240 wineries. The fertile soil and pleasant weather create the perfect environment in which to grow the quality grapes that create Napa’s most famous wine: Cabernet Sauvignon. Napa Valley’s beautiful rolling green hills and vineyards go on as far as the eye can see and buying a winery in this region may be as close as you can get to owning a Tuscany Vineyard without actually going to Tuscany. Although Napa Valley is synonymous with wine country now, the area did not begin commercial production until 1861 and it wasn’t until the 1976 Paris Wine Tasting that Napa Valley gained worldwide recognition. Today when you think of Napa Valley one thing springs to mind – wine.


Sonoma Valley

Drive about an hour south west of Napa Valley and you will end up in Sonoma Valley located in the North Bay Region of San Francisco. Although Napa may be the most well known California wine region, Sonoma Valley is where California wine history began. In 1832 Padre Jose Altimira planted several thousand grapevines at his order’s northernmost mission and the rest is history. Now Sonoma is home to 60,000 acres of vineyards and 400 wineries located between the Pacific in the west and the Mayacamas mountains in the east. Long, dry sunny summers and ocean fog create the perfect environment for producing amazing Chardonnay and Pinot grapes. You will find some of California’s oldest wineries located in the beautiful Sonoma Valley region including Buena Vista and Gundlach Bundsclau. Both vineyards were established in 1857 just months apart.

Even more California Winery Regions

Anderson Valley 

100 miles north of San Francisco you will find Anderson Valley, a small community of villages set amongst lush hills. This lovely area is surrounded by forest and National parks with the rocky pacific coastline located just a few miles away. The story of Anderson Valley’s success as a wine destination begins in 1964 when Donald Edmeades planted 24 acres of vines and created Edmeades Folly. Yet it wasn’t until 1982 when Louis Roederer created Roederer Estates to produce sparkling wine that things really started to take off. There are now 90 wineries located in the region. Many of these wineries are family owned and use sustainable, eco friendly and organic practices for growing their grapes. Though off the beaten path, this area offers a less crowded environment than Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley in which to relax and explore the great wines of the region in a cozy charming atmosphere. While attending a tasting in an Anderson Valley Vineyard there is a very good chance that you will be discussing the subtleties of the wine with the winery’s founder. The area is best known for its Pinot Noir and Alsace varieties of Pinot Gris and Riesling. 


Each of these beautiful Northern California wine regions have their own feel and beauty. When looking at vineyards for sale in California’s wine country, keep in mind the distinct feel of each area. Napa Valley – well established, popular and bustling with excitement. Sonoma Valley – beautiful, serene and full of history or Anderson Valley – lovely, relaxed, small and personal.  

Becoming a vintner can be a wonderful and rewarding experience. With hard work and determination you can become part of a creative community that takes pride in the creation of a product from beginning to end. Creating a sense of community through sharing your wine will bring joy and a sense of purpose. Deciding in which of these beautiful valleys your vineyard should be located may be the most difficult decision that you make all day.