Looking for Georgia Wineries with Vineyards for sale? Sellers of this artisan Winery east of Columbus, Georgia are ready to retire. Successful Winery business can produce up to 7000 liters of wine per year and is fully Federal & State licensed as a farm winery vineyard facility. The artisan winery is located in its own 500 sqft free-standing building on a concrete foundation and includes a separate covered wine tasting area where visitors & customers can gather for wine tasting.
This is a successful small fresh berry and farm winery business specializing in handpicked rabbit eye blueberries and natural artisan wines. This is a “Mom and Pop” operation, with huge potential to expand and grow. Two large vino wholesalers service the state liquor stores and restaurants. Winery business currently holds a direct ship license in Georgia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Florida. In addition, website sales through Vinoshipper allow wine to be directly-shipped to 30 states.
There is approximately 1 acre of blueberries on this 40 acre farm, with a potential to increase to 6 acres adjacent to the existing field on the southwest side of the property. Currently this is mowed pasture. The berry sales started in 2007, while wine sales started in 2010. Both do well and have an established returning customer base both wholesale and retail. Both businesses and business relationships have been carefully grown and managed.
This 40 acre farm has nice terrain, with several nice development home sites all on high ground. The homestead itself is a 1600 sq ft well-maintained log home package, completed in 2006, with a standing seam metal roof and full concrete foundation. The building is sited so it could easily be expanded and is currently a 2-bedroom 2-bath house, with wonderful large covered log porches on both east and south sides and open concept living area with a farm style kitchen. There are separate heating and cooling units for upstairs and downstairs and a diesel gravity powered parlor stove in the main living room for heat backup or particularly cold winters. There is a fully enclosed dry concrete 4’ crawlspace with concrete floor for storage and utilities.
The log home is surrounded by a natural, well-established yard with many trees, and a large fenced garden area. There is a deep well that supplies not only domestic water, but irrigation to all. There is also county water to the house, which can be turned on by opening a valve.
The artisan winery is located in its own 500 sqft free-standing building on a concrete foundation. With a kitchen area, bathroom and storage area this building also has full approved septic (for a 2 bedroom house) and could easily be converted to a guest house. This structure is also heated and cooled by its own heat/air unit. Attached to this building is a tool shed and covered area for mowers, and yardtools. There is a separate covered tasting area where guests or customers can gather for wine tasting. All buildings have metal roofs and exterior wood is treated.
The wine business has been growing for several years with additions of larger work areas, vessels, and mowing equipment including a new 2-wheel drive Kubota tractor with pallet forks. The tractor is used for incoming supplies and also delivery of wine to wholesalers. Many surrounding towns and counties throughout the state, as well as Georgia Grown and other events, invite this winery to their local events to sell wine.
There are 2 separate metal double carports for personal vehicles, tractors, and other large equipment.
Water is supplied dually, primarily by a 200’ deep-well, and backed up by county water to the house on demand. There is plenty of well water for both domestic and irrigation use. The berry orchard, as well as all the lawns and trees, are watered primarily with drip irrigation, and are on timed zones. Overhead frost protection on the berry orchard is also in place.
This property is currently under Conservation Trust, so taxes are extremely low. The northeast corner has hand planted long-leaf pine seedlings in addition to the natural wooded area, and a vernal pond to the south which remains full in rainy years. The owners both worked for the USDA Forest Service and have spent the last 10 years managing and improving the pastures and trees.
This is the perfect opportunity for a young person or couple to enter into a manageable growing boutique wine business in the Southeast United States. There are also opportunities for additional farm crops, cattle or livestock.
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