ca. 250 olive trees
the remaining land is 45 ha
wine of higher level and working export chain
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
The structure is composed of two separate groups of buildings. 4 country houses and some hundret meter away a large country house for renovation ( 400qm ) and a stable/deposit ( ca. 1000qm)
The first group includes cellars for wine making and storage and there is also a shop and large tasting room. Next to the cellar are located some rooms used as depot for agricultural machinery. On first floor private flat with terrasse, on second houses 2 flats for agritourism. Baths and garage.
Very good and full equipment.
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