Own a piece of the Wellington winelands with good water and fertile soil.
Around the entrance to the beautiful Bainskloof Pass you find a lot of very viable wine farms due to the good soils and favourable weather and here, a seller who needs to downscale has reluctantly opted to ask us to find him a family whom can take his farm, make it their own and turn it into a really viable entity whilst enjoying a high quality of life.
The farm has a lovely old Manor House that needs some T.L.C. and renovation to bring her back to her former glory. The house it nestled under some lovely old Oak Trees which are populated with many birds that make it sound like you are in an Avery when you go out onto the large stoep.
About 20 ha of land is vineyard which generates income annually. The vineyards benefit from this farms location in that summer high temperatures are approximately 9 degrees celsius cooler on hot days. The evenings on hot summer days cool down quicker and there is even a dew precipitation during the month of February that is only heard of in coastal farms.
A potential of botrytis grapes (on Chenin Blanc) form during February in Wellington is unheard of. The late afternoon cooling breeze comes in from the coast and hits the farm just about where the red varieta…