The vineyard properties for sale with Bordeaux Sotheby’s International Realty

Vineyard properties for sale in Bordeaux
Our prestigious vineyards properties in Bordeaux

Vineyard properties

Do you wish to purchase a family property or a working winery?

Whether we are talking about a few acres in the Graves or a large vineyard property with a mansion in Saint Emilion, Olivier Colas will guide you through your search each step of the way. His experience as an international banker and his broad knowledge of the Bordeaux wine trade and its complex system will help you think about and examine the feasibility of your project in details. With a signed ‘research contract’, he will help you locate and pick out the estate of your dreams.


With approximately 6 000 000 hectoliters of wines produced each year, the Gironde department is the first vinicultural area in France, in volume, for the production of fine wines. Our vineyard produces a majority of 80% red wines, then white, sweet wines, rosés and sparkling (20%). Our sparkling wines (créments) are even delicious alternatives to Champagne!

Thus, Bordeaux is at the heart of the largest vineyard in the world with more than 117 000 hectares (roughly 300 000 acres) of exceptional production: 60 appellations, 10 000 châteaux and 300 wine shippers, not to mention all the local coops.  Our wines are among the most prestigious in the world: Petrus, Mouton-Rothschild, Lafte, Cheval Blanc, Haut Brion or Yquem to name just a few, just like Sotheby’s, are an international reference of quality and discriminating requirements. For the longest time, they have enticed amateurs and gourmets alike, and stood for excellence and rarity.

In order to find out more about Bordeaux wines and discover their magical story, the very comprehensive website of the CIVB (Professional Council of Bordeaux Wines) will help you meander through its mysteries. You will be able to take tasting classes, organize winery visits and strolls in the vines in order to familiarize yourself with thousands of labels and discover why our region and its lifestyle are so attractive.

Moreover, in less than a year, the Cité du Vin will open its doors in Bordeaux hoping to attract at least 450 000 visitors of all ages per year.  An architectural statement, the new building is audaciously shaped like wine twirling in a glass. Located on the keys of Bordeaux, in the heart of the region, the Cité will become an international showroom and a real opened door to the vineyards all around. It will reinforce the cultural image of Bordeaux at both a national and international level. Just like Sydney has its Opera, Bilbao its Guggenheim Museum and Paris its Eiffel Tower, Bordeaux will have its new landmark as well as a powerful economic engine.

 
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