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WineriesandVineyards.com discreetly represents over 40 prominent wineries and vineyard properties.

Due to the delicate nature of marketing an on-going business, many winery owners choose to privately market their operation.

WineriesandVineyards.com works closely with a number of wineries which are privately available for sale with production capacities ranging from 1,000 to 400,000 cases per year and priced between $900,000 and $40,000,000.

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    • Greek Winery

      Greek Winery

      Secluded 10.4 Acre Biodynamic Olive Farm, Vineyard, and Winery Estate with Panoramic Views of Northern Aegean Sea. The Katsoureika Cellars Estate is an off-the-grid, luxurious biodynamic farm with a
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    • Vineyard in Tuscany, Italy (2)

      Vineyard in Tuscany, Italy (2)

      This stunning Italian vineyard property consists of almost 100 hectares of serene and private land stretching toward the Mediterranean. Ideal for anyone interested in operating a well-regarded vineyard
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    • Winery/Vineyard in Laguedoc, France

      Winery/Vineyard in Laguedoc, France

      This vineyard/winery is nestled in southern France’s picturesque countryside, in a region well-known for its superb agriculture. Languedoc’s most famous agricultural product is, by far, its excellent wine
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    • Winery/Vineyard in Porto

      Winery/Vineyard in Porto

      This winery/vineyard is a rare find, conveniently located in the district around Portugal’s second-largest city. The property has 12.5 hectares (30.9 acres) of land that are ideal for
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    • Winery in Douro, Portugal

      Winery in Douro, Portugal

      This 18-acre farm winery is tucked away in one of Portugal’s most scenic wine regions in the picturesque Porto Ferrado, located in the parish of Santa Crus do
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    • Winery in Tuscany, Italy

      Winery in Tuscany, Italy

      This charming winery is tucked away in Grosseto, a town known as the heart of Tuscan Maremma in southern Tuscany, Italy. The Maremma is known as a historic
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    • Vineyard in Rhône Valley, France

      Vineyard in Rhône Valley, France

      This breathtaking 13 hectare (32 acre) vineyard property is located in the Rhône Valley, France’s second largest wine-producing region. The property is spread between two well-regarded wine-growing regions,
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    • Winery in Piedmont, Italy

      Winery in Piedmont, Italy

      This gorgeous winery is tucked away in the Piedmont countryside. This winery is located in Gavi, just an hour from the region’s most significant wine center, Turin. Piedmont
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    European Vineyards for Sale

    Europe has a vast number of vineyards, some that date back hundreds of years. This rich history definitely gives Europe a leg up on the world in the wine industry. They have had so many years to grow vineyards, to make wine, and to learn what works and what does not. The major producers are Spain, France, and Italy, but wineries and vineyards can be found across Europe. Thus vineyards for sale across Europe have become quite desirable.

    A few top European Wine Regions

    1.Porto & the Douro Valley

    Found in Portugal, this is the only true place to produce Port. Wine across the globe is oftentimes mistakenly called “Port.” Similarly to Champagne, there is only one place, Porto, that can produce a true port. The grapes to produce this sweet wine are picked from vines following the Douro River.

     

    2.Bordeaux, France

    Probably one of the most famous wine regions in the world. Bordeaux also happens to be one of the largest wine regions in Europe. Any wine produced in the region can be referred to as Bordeaux, although most commonly the name refers to red wines.

     

    3.Piedmont, Italy 

    This region can be found in the northwest portion of the country. It touches France and Switzerland. The name is derived from the Latin word “pedemontium,” which can be translated to “at the foot of the mountains.” This lovely region can be found at the foot of the Alps and is over 40% mountainous. There are more than 170,000 acres of vineyards in this region!

     

    4. Champagne, France

    I’d be surprised if that one didn’t ring a bell. This region can easily be accessed by train from Paris. Of course, here you will find all the bubbles. This is the only place to make true Champagne.