Michael Zingraf Vineyards specializes in the sale of vineyard estates or properties in France. With recognized expertise, we offer a selection of exceptional vineyards, carefully chosen in the most prestigious regions. Whether you desire to invest in Bordeaux, explore Provence, or discover new terroirs, the Michael Zingraf Vineyards team is dedicated to guiding you towards the estate of your dreams. A fascinating immersion into the world of wine awaits you.

17 Exceptional properties
VINEYARD ESTATE - GULF OF SAINT-TROPEZ Reference : MZVST009
Grimaud

Sale Vineyard property Grimaud

  • 360 m2
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  • 300 000 m2
Price on Request
PDO CÔTES DE PROVENCE WINE-GROWING ESTATE Reference : MZVST006
Le Luc

Sale Vineyard property Le Luc

  • 700 m2
  • |
  • 520 000 m2
Price on Request
AN AOP C.A.P. VINEYARD ESTATE WITH CHARACTER Reference : MZVST007
Aix-en-Provence

Sale Vineyard property Aix-en-Provence

  • 800 m2
  • |
  • 100 000 m2
Price on Request
CHARMING BASTIDE IN THE HEART OF THE CÔTES DE PROVENCE AREA Reference : MZVST026
Puget-Ville

Sale Vineyard property Puget-Ville

  • 1 200 m2
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  • 550 000 m2
Price on Request
THE STANDING OIL AND WINE ESTATE - PDO BANDOL Reference : MZVST002
Le Brulat

Sale Bastide Bandol

  • 900 m2
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  • 80 000 m2
Price on Request
SUBLIME AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY IN PROVENCE Reference : MZVST002B
Le Brulat

Sale Vineyard property Bandol

Price on Request
RARE - ESCLANS VALLEY - VINEYARD AND WINERY Reference : MZVST017
Le Muy

Sale Vineyard property Le Muy

  • 360 m2
  • |
  • 200 000 m2
Price on Request
A PRODUCTION TOOL AT THE HEART OF THE CÔTES DE PROVENCE GOLDEN TRIANGLE Reference : MZVST010
Pierrefeu-du-Var

Sale Vineyard property Pierrefeu-du-Var

  • 100 m2
  • |
  • 1 080 000 m2
Price on Request
EXCEPTIONAL VINEYARD ESTATE IN THE LUBERON Reference : MZVST011
Aix-en-Provence

Sale Vineyard property Aix-en-Provence

  • 1 000 m2
  • |
  • 370 000 m2
7 300 000 €
AN ORGANIC VINEYARDS ESTATE Reference : MZVST014
Saint-Gilles

Sale Vineyard property Saint-Gilles

6 300 000 €
A rare Provencal house in the heart of the vineyards Reference : MZIST1448
Grimaud

Sale Villa Grimaud

  • 380 m2
  • |
  • 83 760 m2
  • |
  • 4 Chambres
5 950 000 €
SPLENDID 150-YEAR-OLD FARMHOUSE IN THE GULF OF SAINT-TROPEZ Reference : MZVST003
Grimaud

Sale Vineyard property Grimaud

  • 380 m2
  • |
  • 83 760 m2
5 950 000 €
PDO CÔTES DE PROVENCE WINE-GROWING ESTATE Reference : MZVST027
Cotignac

Sale Vineyard property Cotignac

  • 310 m2
  • |
  • 550 000 m2
5 300 000 €
A VINEYARD ESTATE IN THE FAUGÈRES APPELLATION Reference : MZVST016
Faugères

Sale Vineyard property Faugères

3 498 000 €
A VINEYARD ESTATE WITH TUSCAN CHARM Reference : MZVST025
Tourtour

Sale Vineyard property Tourtour

  • 235 m2
  • |
  • 80 000 m2
2 990 000 €
BIODYNAMIC VINEYARD ESTATE PDO MONBAZILLAC PDO BERGERAC Reference : MZVST004
Bergerac

Sale Vineyard property Bergerac

Price on Request
PRODCUTION TOOL PDO CÔTES DU RHÔNE Reference : MZVST005
Bagnols-sur-Cèze

Sale Vineyard property Bagnols-sur-Cèze

1 340 000 €
Michael Zingraf Vineyards

Leader in Vineyard Sales

When it comes to luxury vineyard properties in France, Michael Zingraf Vineyards is the trusted partner for your purchase or investment in a vineyard or wine property.

Exceptional Vineyard Sales

A vineyard is a collection of agricultural operations dedicated to grape cultivation and wine production. It typically consists of several vineyard plots, production facilities such as wineries (storage and vinification places), cellars (for wine aging and conservation), and often a residential house. Explore an exclusive selection of the most beautiful vineyards available for sale, all rigorously chosen for their excellence and potential. Here are some key aspects regarding vineyards:

  1. Terroir: Terroir is a central concept in the wine world. It refers to the unique interaction between soil, climate, landscape, and viticulture methods that give each wine its specific character.

  2. Vineyard: A vineyard is the collection of cultivated vine plots. Vines can be planted at different densities and pruned using various methods, depending on the terroir and the choices of the viticulturist.

  3. Winemaking: After the grapes are harvested, they are brought to the winery of the vineyard where they will be transformed into wine. This process often involves steps such as destemming, pressing, fermentation, and aging.

  4. Aging: After fermentation, the wine is often aged in barrels, tanks, or bottles to develop its aromas and character. The duration and type of aging vary depending on the type of wine produced.

  5. Commercialization: Many vineyards sell their wine directly from their property, but they can also work with distributors, traders, or exporters to reach a wider market.

Vineyards can vary in size, from small family-owned operations to large estates spanning hundreds of hectares. They can be located in any wine region of the world, each with its own climatic, geological, and cultural characteristics.

Charming Vineyards in Provence

Let yourself be seduced by the sweetness of Provence with our picturesque vineyards, ideal for the production of exceptional rosé and white wines. Provence, located in the southeast of France, is globally recognized for its wines, especially its rosés. The region is characterized by its Mediterranean climate, picturesque landscapes with rolling hills, centuries-old olive trees, lavender fields, and, of course, its vineyards. When we talk about "charming vineyards" in Provence, we refer to those wine estates that captivate not only with the quality of their wines but also with their aesthetics and history.

Characteristics of charming vineyards in Provence:

  1. Provençal Architecture: Many charming vineyards are equipped with bastides or Provençal mas, traditional stone buildings often surrounded by cypress trees and olive trees.

  2. Wine Diversity: While Provence is famous for its light and fruity rosés, it also produces powerful reds and aromatic whites. The dominant grape varieties are Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvèdre for rosés and reds, and Rolle or Vermentino for whites.

  3. Unique Terroir: The region is blessed with a varied soil, ranging from schist to limestone, and benefits from a sunny climate with maritime influences, ideal for viticulture.

  4. Sustainable Practices: Many vineyards in Provence adopt organic or biodynamic viticulture methods, respecting the land and producing wines that faithfully reflect their terroir.

  5. Touristic Appeal: Thanks to their charm, these estates attract many visitors. Activities range from simple wine tastings to complete stays with accommodation, gourmet meals, and vineyard tours.

Notable wine regions in Provence:

  • Côtes de Provence: The largest appellation in the region, mainly producing rosé wines.

  • Bandol: Known for its powerful red wines based on Mourvèdre.

  • Cassis: Celebrated for its aromatic white wines.

Charming vineyards in Provence are jewels that combine natural beauty, rich heritage, and exceptional winemaking tradition, offering an enchanting experience for wine lovers and travelers.

Accompaniment by Michael Zingraf Vineyards

Our dedicated team is available to guide you at every step, ensuring a smooth and secure transaction. Michael Zingraf Vineyards, as a specialist in vineyard and wine property sales, However, I can generally outline what professional accompaniment in the field of vineyard property sales might entail:

  1. Evaluation and Valuation: An expert in vineyard sales should be able to accurately assess the value of a property, taking into account not only the terroir, infrastructure, and production potential but also the reputation, quality of wines produced, and economic profitability of the operation.

  2. Technical Expertise: The accompaniment may include analyses of the soil, planted grape varieties, adopted viticulture methods, and winemaking facilities.

  3. Strategic Advice: Selling a vineyard property requires a strategic approach. This includes recommendations on positioning the property in the market, suggestions for increasing the value or yield of the estate before the sale, or advice on the ideal timing for the sale.

  4. Marketing and Promotion: The expert should have a strong network to promote the property to the right potential buyers. This could include creating professional presentation portfolios, organizing private tastings, and utilizing communication channels tailored to a prestigious clientele.

  5. Negotiation: Once a potential buyer is identified, the accompanier often plays a key role in negotiations to ensure the seller's interests are well defended.

  6. Legal and Administrative Support: Selling a vineyard property is legally complex. The expert should be able to guide the seller to the best resources or partners to ensure all formalities are fulfilled.

Confidentiality and Discretion

Each transaction is handled with the utmost care, guaranteeing confidentiality and discretion to our discerning clients. Choosing Michael Zingraf Vineyards means opting for a leading brand in luxury real estate and vineyard properties.

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