A veritable eagle’s nest in Gaillac
At the heart of the Gaillac wine appellation, this 12ha vineyard sits perched on a hill, offering impressive views over the Tarn countryside and, on the horizon, the Pyrenean mountain range.
The property is easily accessible, being close to a small town and only 10mns from motorway exits.
The buildings were all fully renovated in 1999 and are in excellent condition. They sit at the heart of the vineyard, whose vines have also been renewed for the greater part in the last 15 years.
With a living area of over 250m², the house is light and spacious. The ground floor comprises a large living room, smaller living room and a charming private wine cellar. The first floor includes 4 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
An attractive dovecot has been built “ex-nihilo”, overlooking the Tarn valley. It was designed with full respect to the architecture typical of the Tarn region, and could allow the development of an agri-tourism activity.
With a global capacity of 500hl in stainless steel tanks, the winery is modern and particularly well equipped (pneumatic press, crusher-destemmer, temperature control, heat exchanger unit…).
An attractive wine shop permits clients to be received in excellent conditions.
Covering 7.8ha, the vineyard has been almost entirely renewed since 1999. Fully classed AOP Gaillac, the vineyard is well maintained and benefits from south facing limestone soil. The average yield is around 35hl/ha, or 250hl per year.
The property produces 30 000 bottles per year, with a turnover of approximately 120K euros. This attractive little Domain offers a “turn-key” opportunity on the threshold of Toulouse.
Price guide: 980 000 euros net vendor, stock and standing crop to be added. Agency fees of 6% net of VAT and legal costs to be added.