# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
# wine estate 18 rooms for sale on STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
  • EXCEPTIONAL 296-ACRE WINE ESTATE

  • STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
  • 3,875,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4186A

Ref.4186A : EXCEPTIONAL 296-ACRE WINE ESTATE
The property is located at the convergence of the Gironde department and just a few kilometers from the Dordogne, close to the charming town of Sainte-Foy-la-Grande.

The town has all the necessary amenities, including a hospital, doctors and primary and secondary schools. Sainte-Foy-la-Grande is a veritable supply hub, meeting every need with flying colors.

This part of the Gironde is renowned for its rich history, enchanting tourist sites and entertainment venues, including a 27-hole international golf course, an equestrian center and canoeing schools.

Located just 1 hour's drive from Bordeaux and 35 minutes from Bergerac airport, this 296-acre (120-hectare) property of character enjoys a privileged location in a breathtaking natural setting, offering exceptional panoramic views.

Let yourself be enchanted by the unrivalled charm of this superb wine estate, which reveals its authentic character and exceptional terroir.

Dating back to the early 19th century, this magnificent wine château proudly embodies the local heritage, its distinctive features such as the washhouse and dovecote evoking a much older history, probably rooted in the 16th century.
A rare gem, its windmill, the only one of its kind in the region, has preserved its original mechanism.

The 296-acre (120-hectare) estate is set in a setting of remarkable beauty, offering breathtaking panoramic views.

Its commitment to biodiversity is reflected in its BIO-certified vineyard, where 227 acres (92 hectares) are dedicated to vines (37% white and 63% red grape varieties), benefiting from French Appellation d’Origine Controlée (AOC) and the Protectec Geographical Indication (IGP) appellations.
All the vines are managed in close collaboration with the local cooperative winery (an association that can be maintained after the sale), with production equivalent to around 900,000 bottles/year.

This impressive property comprises several spacious buildings, offering multiple opportunities for the layout and storage of wine-making equipment.

Adjoining accommodation makes it easy to accommodate employees.

Below, an elegant white gravel path through the vineyards leads to a large building and a pretty dovecote.

Nearby, a 100sqm stone house with a cottage and garage is currently rented year-round.

On the other side, a second house with garage awaits complete renovation.

The 296-acre (120-hectare) estate includes not only vines, but also 93 acres (38 hectares) of land, woodland and a remarkable lake with two ponds and a charming washhouse.

The estate employs six permanent staff who play an active part in its activities.

Wine-making equipment and the chateau's prestigious name are included in the sale, providing a unique opportunity for wine lovers and passionate investors.

The chateau, built of local stone and recently renovated, has a canal tile roof in good condition.
The linear facade features 9 pairs of arched windows on the first floor, giving the building an attractive appearance.
The original single-glazed wooden joinery, some with small panes, is obscured by wooden shutters.

With a total surface area of 1,000sqm, the first floor of the château has been restored, while the upper floor will require complete renovation.

The ground floor: approx. 500sqm with 3.30m high ceilings, features a walk-through entrance leading to 6 reception rooms, a kitchen and sanitary facilities. The property has been well maintained, with moldings, picture rails, parquet flooring and fireplaces all in good condition.

The first floor offers the same surface area, divided into 11 rooms in an unfinished state, enabling you to create beautiful suites as you wish.

The right wing of the château has offices, and the rest of the length, which surrounds the lime tree courtyard, has various rooms to be restored.
The left wing of the château has a boiler room in the first room, followed by a barrel cellar and rooms dedicated to wine production.
The last section, which faces the château and closes off the interior garden, includes a meeting room equipped to receive customers, a tasting room, a storage area, and the porte cochère facing the through entrance.

Numerous outbuildings are present to ensure the smooth running of the property's activities, covering a surface area of approx. 1700sqm.

Attached to the chateau :
The south wing includes offices at the south-west end, renovated in the 2000s, with oil-fired heating and single-glazed wooden joinery.
They are of the highest standard, with tiled floors and plasterboard walls.

Following on from this, in the east wing, former stables with fully paved floors, a meeting room with tiled floor, exposed stonework and exposed beams, the administration area with reversible air-conditioning and double-glazed iron joinery.

The north wing includes a cellar, a barrel cellar with exposed stone walls, exposed beams, mixed floors with drain traps and a boiler room adjoining the château with 3 x 2,000 L oil tanks, equipped with a retention tank, a cumulus heater and electrical panel.

Tractor shed:
Old stone and canal tile building, open on one side.
Enclosed storage with concrete floor.
In the other half of this building, a renovated dwelling with plasterboard lining, heating by insert and convectors. The PVC and wood windows are double-glazed.
It comprises two bedrooms and a large living room, as well as a bathroom and separate toilet.

Barn / former cowshed:
A stone building with a tiled roof and cobblestone and concrete floor.
This building is connected to the electricity grid and includes a phytosanitary room to the northeast.
Nearby, a washing and filling area with a phytobac.
And a diesel station.

Workshop and tractors:
Wooden frame with breeze-block infill, tiled roof.
Enclosed workshop area. Concrete floor.

Lean-to:
Covered with gravel floor.

Barn:
Insulated stone building with canal tile roof, old single-glazed wooden windows.
Water and electricity connections, but no drainage.
The property comprises an old dwelling and a clay barn.
The property has a lot of character, but is in a very poor state of repair and would benefit from major restoration work.

Dovecote and mill :
The dovecote is in average condition, and the mill has been restored with a tavaillon roof and working millstone.

House (rented):
Stone house, canal tile roof with double-glazed windows and plasterboard lining.
Fitted kitchen, two bedrooms, wood-burning stove and convector heaters.
Two outbuildings.

Barn
Stone building with attractive architecture, the roof has been completely restored.
Dirt floor, access via electric sectional door.
Electricity connection.
Perimeter drainage.

The parcels of land are grouped around the château, making them easy to farm. What's more, the plots are easy to access and flat to gently sloping. The headlands are fairly wide.
The vineyards are far from residential areas, and are generally surrounded by woods or vines, which significantly limits the risk of nuisance.
The production tool is therefore considered to be easily exploitable, and "protected" from local residents. This configuration is rare.

Since 1986, the owner has catalogued the estate's terroirs and studied the interactions between soils, rootstocks and grape varieties to optimize the vineyard's balance.
The subsequent restructuring program has resulted in an ideally planted vineyard of almost 321 acres (120 hectares).
- around 197 acres (80 ha) of clay-limestone terroirs are planted for red wines.
- around 98 acres (40 ha) of silty-clay terroirs are reserved for the production of white wines.
The vineyard is managed rigorously, in line with its organic certification. Weeds are managed mechanically, and weedkillers are not used.
Plots are regularly monitored by analysis and amended with organic fertilizers or soil improvers (Orga 3, Fientes, etc.), and plant cover is sown in winter.
Vigor is generally well controlled, thanks in particular to good management of inter-row grassing and pruning.
One inter-row out of two is generally worked and decompacted in winter, and hedges are planted to encourage biodiversity.
Replanting is carried out on a regular basis, with the exception of plots that are due to be grubbed up in the near future. In recent years, replanting has been less intensive, with the aim of maintaining around 2.33 acres (5ha)/year.
The grapes are harvested mechanically, and the pruning method is simple guyot, double guyot or cordon pruning.
There are also 2 ponds and a wash-house, so you can be self-sufficient in water for watering the garden or for a family fishing trip.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Dordogne - Périgord - Lot-et-Garonne : M. Bruno GUÉRIN : +33(0)2.43.98.20.20
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

  • Property type : wine estate
  • Surface : 1000 m²
  • Surface : 120 ha
  • Number of rooms : 18
  • EXCEPTIONAL 296-ACRE WINE ESTATE

  • STE FOY LA GRANDE (33220)
  • 3,875,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4186A
  • Property type : wine estate
  • Surface : 1000 m²
  • Surface : 120 ha
  • Number of rooms : 18

Ref.4186A : EXCEPTIONAL 296-ACRE WINE ESTATE
The property is located at the convergence of the Gironde department and just a few kilometers from the Dordogne, close to the charming town of Sainte-Foy-la-Grande.

The town has all the necessary amenities, including a hospital, doctors and primary and secondary schools. Sainte-Foy-la-Grande is a veritable supply hub, meeting every need with flying colors.

This part of the Gironde is renowned for its rich history, enchanting tourist sites and entertainment venues, including a 27-hole international golf course, an equestrian center and canoeing schools.

Located just 1 hour's drive from Bordeaux and 35 minutes from Bergerac airport, this 296-acre (120-hectare) property of character enjoys a privileged location in a breathtaking natural setting, offering exceptional panoramic views.

Let yourself be enchanted by the unrivalled charm of this superb wine estate, which reveals its authentic character and exceptional terroir.

Dating back to the early 19th century, this magnificent wine château proudly embodies the local heritage, its distinctive features such as the washhouse and dovecote evoking a much older history, probably rooted in the 16th century.
A rare gem, its windmill, the only one of its kind in the region, has preserved its original mechanism.

The 296-acre (120-hectare) estate is set in a setting of remarkable beauty, offering breathtaking panoramic views.

Its commitment to biodiversity is reflected in its BIO-certified vineyard, where 227 acres (92 hectares) are dedicated to vines (37% white and 63% red grape varieties), benefiting from French Appellation d’Origine Controlée (AOC) and the Protectec Geographical Indication (IGP) appellations.
All the vines are managed in close collaboration with the local cooperative winery (an association that can be maintained after the sale), with production equivalent to around 900,000 bottles/year.

This impressive property comprises several spacious buildings, offering multiple opportunities for the layout and storage of wine-making equipment.

Adjoining accommodation makes it easy to accommodate employees.

Below, an elegant white gravel path through the vineyards leads to a large building and a pretty dovecote.

Nearby, a 100sqm stone house with a cottage and garage is currently rented year-round.

On the other side, a second house with garage awaits complete renovation.

The 296-acre (120-hectare) estate includes not only vines, but also 93 acres (38 hectares) of land, woodland and a remarkable lake with two ponds and a charming washhouse.

The estate employs six permanent staff who play an active part in its activities.

Wine-making equipment and the chateau's prestigious name are included in the sale, providing a unique opportunity for wine lovers and passionate investors.

The chateau, built of local stone and recently renovated, has a canal tile roof in good condition.
The linear facade features 9 pairs of arched windows on the first floor, giving the building an attractive appearance.
The original single-glazed wooden joinery, some with small panes, is obscured by wooden shutters.

With a total surface area of 1,000sqm, the first floor of the château has been restored, while the upper floor will require complete renovation.

The ground floor: approx. 500sqm with 3.30m high ceilings, features a walk-through entrance leading to 6 reception rooms, a kitchen and sanitary facilities. The property has been well maintained, with moldings, picture rails, parquet flooring and fireplaces all in good condition.

The first floor offers the same surface area, divided into 11 rooms in an unfinished state, enabling you to create beautiful suites as you wish.

The right wing of the château has offices, and the rest of the length, which surrounds the lime tree courtyard, has various rooms to be restored.
The left wing of the château has a boiler room in the first room, followed by a barrel cellar and rooms dedicated to wine production.
The last section, which faces the château and closes off the interior garden, includes a meeting room equipped to receive customers, a tasting room, a storage area, and the porte cochère facing the through entrance.

Numerous outbuildings are present to ensure the smooth running of the property's activities, covering a surface area of approx. 1700sqm.

Attached to the chateau :
The south wing includes offices at the south-west end, renovated in the 2000s, with oil-fired heating and single-glazed wooden joinery.
They are of the highest standard, with tiled floors and plasterboard walls.

Following on from this, in the east wing, former stables with fully paved floors, a meeting room with tiled floor, exposed stonework and exposed beams, the administration area with reversible air-conditioning and double-glazed iron joinery.

The north wing includes a cellar, a barrel cellar with exposed stone walls, exposed beams, mixed floors with drain traps and a boiler room adjoining the château with 3 x 2,000 L oil tanks, equipped with a retention tank, a cumulus heater and electrical panel.

Tractor shed:
Old stone and canal tile building, open on one side.
Enclosed storage with concrete floor.
In the other half of this building, a renovated dwelling with plasterboard lining, heating by insert and convectors. The PVC and wood windows are double-glazed.
It comprises two bedrooms and a large living room, as well as a bathroom and separate toilet.

Barn / former cowshed:
A stone building with a tiled roof and cobblestone and concrete floor.
This building is connected to the electricity grid and includes a phytosanitary room to the northeast.
Nearby, a washing and filling area with a phytobac.
And a diesel station.

Workshop and tractors:
Wooden frame with breeze-block infill, tiled roof.
Enclosed workshop area. Concrete floor.

Lean-to:
Covered with gravel floor.

Barn:
Insulated stone building with canal tile roof, old single-glazed wooden windows.
Water and electricity connections, but no drainage.
The property comprises an old dwelling and a clay barn.
The property has a lot of character, but is in a very poor state of repair and would benefit from major restoration work.

Dovecote and mill :
The dovecote is in average condition, and the mill has been restored with a tavaillon roof and working millstone.

House (rented):
Stone house, canal tile roof with double-glazed windows and plasterboard lining.
Fitted kitchen, two bedrooms, wood-burning stove and convector heaters.
Two outbuildings.

Barn
Stone building with attractive architecture, the roof has been completely restored.
Dirt floor, access via electric sectional door.
Electricity connection.
Perimeter drainage.

The parcels of land are grouped around the château, making them easy to farm. What's more, the plots are easy to access and flat to gently sloping. The headlands are fairly wide.
The vineyards are far from residential areas, and are generally surrounded by woods or vines, which significantly limits the risk of nuisance.
The production tool is therefore considered to be easily exploitable, and "protected" from local residents. This configuration is rare.

Since 1986, the owner has catalogued the estate's terroirs and studied the interactions between soils, rootstocks and grape varieties to optimize the vineyard's balance.
The subsequent restructuring program has resulted in an ideally planted vineyard of almost 321 acres (120 hectares).
- around 197 acres (80 ha) of clay-limestone terroirs are planted for red wines.
- around 98 acres (40 ha) of silty-clay terroirs are reserved for the production of white wines.
The vineyard is managed rigorously, in line with its organic certification. Weeds are managed mechanically, and weedkillers are not used.
Plots are regularly monitored by analysis and amended with organic fertilizers or soil improvers (Orga 3, Fientes, etc.), and plant cover is sown in winter.
Vigor is generally well controlled, thanks in particular to good management of inter-row grassing and pruning.
One inter-row out of two is generally worked and decompacted in winter, and hedges are planted to encourage biodiversity.
Replanting is carried out on a regular basis, with the exception of plots that are due to be grubbed up in the near future. In recent years, replanting has been less intensive, with the aim of maintaining around 2.33 acres (5ha)/year.
The grapes are harvested mechanically, and the pruning method is simple guyot, double guyot or cordon pruning.
There are also 2 ponds and a wash-house, so you can be self-sufficient in water for watering the garden or for a family fishing trip.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Dordogne - Périgord - Lot-et-Garonne : M. Bruno GUÉRIN : +33(0)2.43.98.20.20
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

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