135-acre Tuscan wine estate, Montepulciano, Tuscany, Italy
Located on a verdant hillside just outside historic Montepulciano, this 55-hectare property features with vineyards, olive groves, and organic farmland. The estate’s 9.5-hectare vineyard and fully operational winery generates an annual yield of 80,000 bottles of premium Tuscan wines including Montepulciano and Chianti. Residential and recreational facilities include a manor house, manager’s house, guest apartments, farm buildings, and stables.
16th-century Vineyard Estate, Maremma, Tuscany, Italy
History and luxury converge at this 16th-century vineyard in the heart of Tuscany’s Maremma wine region. The 234-hectare estate’s vineyards are supported by state-of-the-art wine production facilities yielding up to 10,000 bottles of Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot per year. The acreage also includes olive groves, woodland, arable land, pastures, a private lake, as well as two farmhouses, a chapel, nine guest apartments, a pool and spa.
18th-century Château and Vineyard, Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux, France
This new, contemporary residence is offered for sale for the first time since its inception. Expansive windows take full advantage of its waterfront location — providing panoramic views of both Mecox Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Its 2.4-acre grounds come complete with an infinity-edge pool and 300 feet of prime water frontage.
Historic Bordeaux Wine Estate, Bordeaux, France
A 17th century château formerly owned by Napoleon’s personal guard forms the centre of this remarkable Bordeaux vineyard estate (also pictured at top). The secluded property has 60 hectares under vine, an additional 40 hectares of woods, meadows, and parkland, and amenities including five cottages, a winery with barrel and bottle storage, a tasting room, catering kitchen, shop, and offices.
Historic Vineyard Estate, Alentego, Portugal
One of the oldest and most beautiful wine regions in the world, northern Portugal’s Douro Valley is the birthplace of Port. This vineyard is positioned on a steep terrace on the right bank of the Douro River, in one the region’s most scenic areas. The quinta’s mature vines are organically cultivated and A-classified, resulting in internationally recognised wines with complex aromas.
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