Description About This Posting: Boutique Winery Vineyard - Asset Sale
A boutique California winery & vineyard located in North San Diego County with many opportunities. This winery is nestled on a hillside just South of the Temecula Valley wine region. The location provides warm days, afternoon breezes along with the coastal influence to produce quality grapes.
The vineyard currently consists of 3,500 vines of 12 different varietals planted on 3.5 acres. The viticulture model is designed to produce grapes with concentrations and intensity. The densely planted vines create competition and the trellis are low to the ground which takes advantage of the radiant heat from the rocky soil which helps to hold water and provide the natural nutrients.
There are plenty of opportunities with the business and land. The vineyard and winery are perfect to break into the winemaking business or for an establish winemaker to expand its varietals. A year-round climate of sunshine makes North San Diego county fertile ground (literally and figuratively) for wineries and the vineyard business.
While wine-producing regions to the north in Temecula and the south in Mexico's Guadalupe Valley have drawn more recent national attention, San Diego wineries are the real hidden gems and is ready for national attention. San Diego County's wineries sit in close proximity to one another, making touring several in one full day is a realistic goal.
This winery is tucked into the fertile North County farmland and is operated by the owners.
This business is being priced and sold as a Sale of Assets in Place with limited or no books and records. Any figures above or in the package are as per the Seller and Broker has not verified. Buyer to complete their own investigation of any available books and records during Buyer's Due Diligence period and prior to opening escrow.
To get more information about this Boutique Winery Vineyard - Asset Sale business for sale in
San Diego County please phone Richard Luna (Broker - BRE License #:02061088/02009890) at 714-559-3552 - if you get
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