Languedoc-Roussillon, the French region, has been standing out for many years as one of the largest wine regions in the world, with the highest production of red and white wines.
Today with the improved cultivation techniques and wineries/vineyards, the region is also popular for its extraordinary quality of wine products, thanks to its more than 220,000 hectares of vineyards, producing about 75,000 AOP wines.
Influenced by the ocean breezes and the Mediterranean and characterized by a favorable climate, Languedoc-Roussillon has gentle winters, winds, and cool summers, making it a suitable place to invest in wineries.
Whether you have retired from Great Britain or another country and you are looking to invest in wineries, you can visit this page for investment winery options. Some of the wineries that are currently for sale in the region include the following:
1. Hérault Property
The property is located in Faugères on a 6000m2 plot. It includes a new house of around 220m2, with five bedrooms, some finishes, a swimming pool in an enclosed courtyard, and quality services.
The underlining income and wine business in this winery property make it an attractive proposition to lovers of Languedoc-Roussillon.
2. Saint Chinian – a Winery Sitting on a 30 Hectare Land
This property is based in the mountains of Languedoc-Roussillon on the hillsides of Saint-Chinian. The property has a cellar of wine production of about 175m2, completely air-conditioned and equipped. A storage building of around 300m2 with a house that needs renovation completes the whole set.
A Beautiful Languedoc-Style Bastide Sitting in a 62HA Land
From its position, the domain offers beautiful views and enjoys a peaceful setting without sound or visual disturbance. It offers beautiful vaulted ceilings, sunlit rooms, a large kitchen, and eight bedrooms, each with bathrooms.
This property also consists of two more residences. The first one is fully renovated and offers housing for caretakers. The second one is a large house standing apart from outbuildings but needs renovation.
The winery is built partly below the ground and forms an alley of magnificent wooden foudres and modern tanks in stainless steel and relined cement. Plus, the winery is equipped with pumps, de-stemmer, pneumatic press, and temperature, just to name a few.
Numerous sheds and hangars complete the outbuildings, with a huge sales room in the property’s converted stable. This sales room is especially agreeably well lift and charming.
On top of the sales, rooms are well-conditioned rooms meant for seminars with a tasting room. Generally, the domain is spread over 62ha of land, of which more than 40 is a vineyard planted. The wine is well-farmed and maintained using eco-friendly techniques.
3. Pezenas Wine Property
This wine estate, based in a very pleasant environment, is among the pioneering properties in organic farming. The property consists of a workshop, a hanger, several outbuildings organized around a courtyard, a wine cellar of around 500m2, and a winegrower’s house with eight bedrooms.
Since it is about 12 minutes from motorways, schools, and local shops, the property is a perfect wine property to invest in.
Over to You!
Languedoc-Roussillon remains one of the leading regions in France. And this is in terms of the volume of wine produced and the area planted. So if you are already in the process of buying a wine property, it is important to master the economic and technical specificities of the PGI and PDO attached to every territory. This ensures you learn how to orientate yourself toward the production of wine.