Exclusive Wine Farms up for sale on MyProperty

Some of South Africa's most exlclusive wine farms are up for sale on MyProperty, here is you chance to bottle your own wine - if you have the cash....
MyProperty clients RealNet Paarl, RE/MAX Oaktree, Platinum Maximise and Cape Coastal Homes are some of the prominant estate agencies marketing the farms in the Western Cape and are using the MyProperty.co.za portal to market to high-end local and international property buyers. Adriaan Grove from MyProperty says that the portal offers one of the best and most cost effective mediums to market these high end properties. With 60,000 unique visitors recorded in January, MyProperty is aiming for the 100,000 unique visitor mark for mid-year. There is immense interest from property buyers in Europe where the portal is very prominant. The MyProperty Helpdesk reffers buyers on a daily basis to all its clients through mainly email enquiries and in the last few months, a lot of telephonic enquiries.

Here are some of the wine farms currently up for sale:
Stellenbosch - R42,000,000 (marketed by Willie Badenhorst - RE/MAX Oaktree)
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48 ha estate with 300 t award winning cellar in most sought after Stellenbosch terrior.The cellar is well designed with barrel maturation room. The views of the mountains are spetacular.42 ha are planted to nobel reds and Sauvignon blanc.The reds are Shiraz, Melot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinotage. The estate is well branded locally and internationally.The farm has two titles. The purchase includes stock to the value of R3 million. This is a oppertunity to purchase a real gem in a sought after area.This property must be seen to be appreciated.
 
Stellenbosch - R38,000,000 (marketed by Benhard Wiese - Cape Coastal Homes)
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Set in a picturesque wine producing valley, this wine estate is one of the oldest wine farms in the Stellenbosch area. With a history dating back to 1699, the present owner restored this estate back to its former glory. An impressive restaurant, joined by a glass wall to the wine cellar and spanned by a hand painted vaulted ceiling, guests are in awe of their spectacular surroundings. Large garden with spending views overlooking the Stellenbosch Mountains. The estate has
received an impressive number of local and international awards. Crops: 
Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon.
Franschhoek- R17,500,000 (marketed by Neil Loubser - Platinum Maximise)
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The farm measures 34,78 ha on a gentle slope. The property has water rights for the irrigation of 34 ha from the Berg River Water Scheme. The following cultivars are producing:
Merlot  1,73 ha   1985(recently renovated)
Cabernet Sauvignon  9,0 ha  2003
Sauvignon Blanc  2,9 ha   1984
Semillion  3,92 ha  1982
All vines under drip irrigation.
Paarl- R27,000,000 (marketed by Tish Scholtz - RealNet Paarl)
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This stunning farm is situated in a pristine valley with awe inspiring views and enless potential for development into an international Estate Winery and Guest Farm. This fantastic property includes an original 1852 Cape Dutch Manor house plus another two original Cape Dutch buildings and four more managers houses and a gate house, as well as 22 labourers cottages all with electricity, water. Vineyards, orchards of pears and plums, a 60 hectare bluegum forest, ample water, 2 large dams and lots of fallow land.
Stellenbosch- R16,000,000 (marketed by Willie Badenhorst - RE/MAX Oaktree)
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64 Ha wine farm, 45 ha cultivated to vines. Produces 450 tons per annum. Historic main house, dates back to 1760, 500m² in extent. Second house, three bedrooms with bathrooms etc. Beautiful views of Table Mountain and Waterfront. Very productive and well-farmed unit with most amazing dam and sirene area. Lifestyle and economic farming unit at its best. Good value for money.
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