Outstanding opportunities in Yarra Valley and Heathcote VIC

The recent sales of two prestigious Yarra Valley vineyards (Beenak and Bastard Hill) demonstrates the confidence that buyers have in the elevated consumer recognition for Australia’s cool-climate wine styles.

Langley & Co is proud to offer for sale two Victorian properties that offer outstanding opportunities for buyers seeking to capitalise on this growing market sector.

Lance Vineyard & Winery, Yarra Valley

Your chance to own one of the Yarra Valley’s foremost Pinot Noir Estates.

An hour from Melbourne, including a beautiful family home with sensational views of the expansive Diamond Valley and Kinglake ranges, the Lance Vineyard and Winery offers an outstanding opportunity for an astute buyer to set themselves up as part of the mainstream Yarra Valley winemaking community.

Key features include:

  • Estate property with vineyard, winery, storage, bottling line and attractive residence.
  • 250 tonne winery, capable of expansion with extensive storage.
  • 3.5 hectare vineyard recognised as a truly distinctive site with a remarkable number of wine show awards.

Prestigious wine brand, one of Australia’s top 10 Great Pinot Noirs (Halliday, 2022).

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Wood Duck Dam Vineyard, Heathcote

Renowned Shiraz vineyard located in Heathcote, Victoria.

The Wood Duck Dam Vineyard sits on a strip of ancient Cambrian soil adjacent to Mount Camel in the most prestigious part of Heathcote, Victoria’s undisputed leading shiraz region.

Key features include:

  • 26 hectares of Shiraz planted in 1994.
  • Entitlement to reliable water sourced from the Colbinabbin-Cornella Pipeline Inc.
  • Two bores and two dams on site.

20 year history supplying the Rufus Stone brand.

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