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Produce and trade your own Italian Tuscan wines, or transform into a tourism business.
Property ID: 1163

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Tuscan winery

Wine Producing Estate

Wine is the nectar of the gods

Ancient history and flavors come together to create a rich variety of grapes and vines. Each valley of Arezzo has its own specialties.

It’s the magic ingredient that brings joy to any Tuscan table. All the strength of this land, kissed by the sun and worked by rough, wise hands for thousands of years is encapsulated in each glass. In every sip, there is a tribute to life and to its roots of this Tuscan land.

If you would like to produce and trade your own Italian Tuscan wines, and possibly also do business in tourism, this is an excellent opportunity to realise your dream.

A wonderful opportunity to acquire a young vineyard with a wine production site and centuries old property to live in in the heart of Tuscany, very close to the city of Arezzo.

The vineyard consists of approximately 12.5 acres of young vineyard, half of which is approximately 4 years old and the other half is currently 8 years old. So, only recently went into production.

The vineyard belongs to the highest level for producing wines.

The property also approximately has 5 acres of olive trees, meadows and woodland. In total there are 270 olive trees in production for a total volume of 300 – 350 liters of excellent olive oil.

The price for everything, i.e. the vineyard, the farm of about 500 sqm, the second house, the winery with all machines and production materials, the olive fields and the other land,

The asking Price is € 1,500,000


The winery was recently built and has three areas;
*) On the semi ground floor; a workshop of about 100 sqm and a large wine hall of about 300 sqm,

*) On the ground floor is a room of approximately 260 sqm which is currently used as storage, but it is intended for the sale of wines and other regional products.

The farm dates from 1800-1850:

*) On the ground floor are several areas of approximately 350 sqm which can be converted into living spaces, for wine storage, and agritourism activities.

*) The owners’ living area is on the first floor and consists of a living room, kitchen with roof terrace, three spacious bedrooms and three bathrooms. Here you can live right away and quietly start the wine activities with possibly the agriturismo activities.

A little further from the main house there is a second dated house from the 60s-70s;
*) This can be renovated or completely demolished and a new villa of approximately 200 sqm can be built according to your own taste and insight.

General ameneties

Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.

Distances & airports

Giovi-Ponte alla Chiassa is within 6 km there are already several restaurants and cafes and for the first necessities,

To the Arezzo city historic center and the train station is 8 km away,

To Florence is about 90 km where there is also an international airport,

Additional & regional information

The “Terra d’Arezzo” or Land of Arezzo is full of wines and flavors and is considered one of the richest areas in Italy for wine varieties and production. There are numerous wine cellars, age-old estates, wine bars and vineyards that continue the culture of wine that began in the Etruscan era and continues today at almost every Tuscan table.

It’s not just about Chianti. Arezzo is known for its Chianti DOCG, for the Valdarno di Sopra DOC, the Cortona DOC, the Valdichiana Toscana DOC and for its many wines with the Typical Geographical Indication designation. The so-called Wine Roads interconnect in the four valleys of Arezzo in Val di Chiana, Valtiberina, Casentino and Valdarno.

Let’s start with the Chianti dei Colli Aretini which is a pure Sangiovese or a mix of Sangiovese and native vines such as the Canaiolo and Colorino. Sometimes it can be a mix of the international grapes such as the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, but only to a limited extent. For the Chianti Colli Aretini, the white grapes of Trebbiano and Malvasia can also be used.

Valdichiana Toscana DOC is the wine that originated in the hills that stretch from Arezzo to Siena and Perugia. This land offers a “Donna” profile and lends an equally strong and lovable grape. The White or the Virgin White, the Chardonnay, the Grechetto, the Sparkling White, the Sparkling Wine, the Red, the Rosè Sangiovese and the sweet copper-colored Vin Santo and Vin Santo Riserva, made with partially dried Malvasia and Trebbiano grapes are aged in small oak barrels.

The Valdarno di Sopra DOC is the wine that comes from the eastern and western hills of the Val d’Arno flatlands between Arezzo and the Florentine hills. In Terranuova Bracciolini, there is a consortium that preserves its controlled origin, its authenticity and its taste. This area also produces a wonderful white wine, a sparkling white wine, a rosè wine and sparkling rosè and a red wine. It produces Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Cabernet sauvignon, Cabernet franc, Merlot, Sangiovese and Syrah. A sweet raisin-flavored wine is made from the white grapes. This liquid gold is best savored on-site at the wine cellars, at the estates or on a sunny terrace in the Valdarno area of Arezzo.

Cortona DOC refers to Syrah, Merlot and Sangiovese. In the lush hills of Cortona, peace is everywhere. The Syrah of Cortona is very famous and has a fresh, decisive and elegant taste. Legend has it that this ancient grape -perhaps from oriental, Persian or Mediterranean origins in Syracuse- arrived in Cortona during Napoleon’s time. In Cortona, it found its ground and grew heartily “Under the Tuscan Sun” to create a unique scent and flavor.