Winery in Central Greece
The estate has a total surface of 17,2 hectares, located in Arma, Thebes (Central Greece) about 80 kilometers from Athens.
History Of The Property
The property belongs to a renowned wine making family from Greece from 2000.
The owners enhanced a sizable wine production of high quality.
The estate is now provided with equipment, machinery and tools for vineyards. The property is located in the area of Thebes one of the most ancient areas of vine growing and wine making in the history of mankind.
Description Of The Buildings
The structure is composed of two separate groups of buildings. The first group includes wine making equipment and wine storage tanks. The second group of buildings is currently used as an office and there is also a small house for a person to live there.
The estate includes 16,86 hectares of vineyards with Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Grenache Rouge, Agiorgitiko, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc. The vineyards are registered as PGI Central Greece. The current land allocation of the vineyard (16,86 ha) is as follows: Cabernet Sauvignon – 4,85 hectares Cabernet Franc – 2,1 hectares Merlot – 2,5 hectares Syrah – 1,25 hectares Grenache Rouge – 0,61 hectares Agiorgitiko – 1,5 hectares Chardonnay – 1,36 hectares Sauvignon Blanc – 2,69 hectares
Attention: In order to visit or receive documents, floor plans for the property, it is necessary to indicate or send with email your ID card & passport according to Law 4072/11-4-2012
2% + vat buyer’s agent fee
**Prior to scheduling a showing or sharing confidential business financials, owners require the provision of a bank letter demonstrating the prospective Buyer's financial ability to successfully transact a purchase in the range of the Asking Price utilizing cash funds, OR a combination of cash and a loan facility. Following receipt of the bank letter, execution of a Non-Disclosure Agreement will then be required.
Sample Letter for Proof of Ability to Purchase
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