Wine and vegetable farm in Wellington is a growing concern
A 110-HECTARE wine and vegetable farm in Wellington will be sold as a going concern duri ng an on- s i t e auction on Wednesday.
The farm has a five-bedroom house with a dining room, an office, three bathrooms, a flatlet, a function venue, a workshop and a large store.
“The property is in an area renowned for excellent terroir and good yields,” according to Willie van Rensburg of Auction Al l i a nce. “Vi nes i ncl ude 16.457ha of cinsaut, 5.92ha of merlot, 7.72ha of chenin blanc, 4.26ha of tinta barocca, 12.83ha of pinotage, 2.87ha of cabernet sauvignon, 5.82ha of sauvignon blanc and 0.25ha of muscat d’alexa.
“The f arm soils are also excellent for vegetables, with 90 percent of the farm arable and 60ha under drip irrigation. Water is sourced from a large dam and three boreholes. This is a well-planned, productive farm with growth potential for vines and vegetables.”
The auction will take place on site at Driefontein Farm at 11am on Wednesday.
Call Willie van Rensburg on 083 261 7641 or Albie Loubser on 082 573 9902, or e-mail wvan rensburg@ auction. co. za or firstname.lastname@example.org.
VERDANT VINES: The vineyards at Driefontein Farm near Wellington.
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