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Provence

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THE VINEYARD OF PROVENCE
IN A FEW WORDS

The vineyards of Provence cover nearly 28,500 hectares of vines composed of 9 AOCs spread over the departments of Var (83), Bouches-du-Rhône (13), Alpes-de-Haute-Provence (04) and Alpes-Maritimes (06).

The average AOC production is about 1,400,000 hectoliters equivalent to 185 million bottles per year, 88% in rosé, 8% in red and 4% in white.

With a wine-growing past of more than 2600 years dating back to the Roman era, a sunshine of more than 300 days per year, a well-drained limestone and crystalline soil, Provence has risen to the rank of first world producer of AOC rosé wine, with 35% of the national production and 5,6% of the world production.

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OUR VINEYARDS FOR SALE IN PROVENCE

LORGUES 83510

SALE OF EXCEPTIONAL WINE ESTATE

Ref. 830 200
Price between 15 M? and 18 M?
GULF OF SAINT-TROPEZ 83390

RARE - WINE ESTATE GOLFE DE SAINT-TROPEZ

Ref. 830 777
Price > 16 M?
VAR COASTLINE 83000

SALE OF RENOWNED WINE ESTATE

Ref. 830 700
Price > 50 M?
Exclusive
MARSEILLE 13000

WINE ESTATE - A DREAM OF LIVING IN PROVENCE

Ref. 130 520
Price between 8 M? and 11 M?
VAR 83000

COMPLETE PRODUCTION TOOL AOP CÔTES DE PROVENCE

Ref. 830 390
Price between 7 M? and 9 M?
VAR 83000

EMBLEMATIC WINE DOMAIN OF PROVENCE

Ref. 830 606
Price between 11 M? and 13 M?
TOURTOUR 83690

BUCOLIC ESCAPE ? COMPLETE WINE ESTATE

Ref. 830 609
Price between 2 M? and 3 M?
BANDOL 83150

HIGH STANDING OIL AND WINE ESTATE

Ref. 830 033
Price between 10 M? and 12 M?
VAR COASTLINE 83000

WINE-PRODUCING PROPERTY OF PLEASURE IN THE CHARM OF PROVENCE

Ref. 830 093
Price between 2 M? and 3 M?
Exclusive
SAINT-TROPEZ 83990

UNIQUE WINE ESTATE ? PENINSULA OF SAINT-TROPEZ

Ref. 830 099
Price between 20 M? and 30 M?
Sold
LORGUES 83510

CHARMING WINE ESTATE

Ref. 830 960
Between 1 M? and 3 M?
OPIO 06650

PROPERTY WITH OLIVE GROVE IN THE ALPES MARITIMES

Ref. 060 470
2.100.000 ?
VIDAUBAN 83550

WINE ESTATE ? AOP CÔTES DE PROVENCE

Ref. 830 604
Price between 10 M? and 15 M?
COTIGNAC 83570

WINE ESTATE OF WINE TOURISM SCALE ? VAR

Ref. 830 438
Price between 7 M? and 10 M?
VAR COASTLINE 83000

WINE FARMHOUSE OF STANDING

Ref. 830 723
Price between 4 M? and 6 M?
SAINTES MARIES DE LA MER 13460

EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY IN THE HEART OF THE CAMARGUE REGIONAL PARK

Ref. 130 406
2.500.000 ?
CÔTES DE PROVENCE 83000

EXCEPTIONAL PROPERTIES AND ESTATES ? AOP COTES DE PROVENCE

Ref. 830 000
Price between 20 M? and 200 M?
FREJUS 83600

LARGE WINE ESTATE VAR EST

Ref. 830 447
Price between 5M? and 7M?
Sold
LA LONDE LES MAURES 83250

EXCEPTIONAL DOMAIN IN PROVENCE

Ref. 830 170
Price on request
Sold
ENTRECASTEAUX 83570

VINEYARD CENTER VAR

Ref. 831 301
Price on request

WINE ESTATES IN PROVENCE

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Provence, world leader in AOC rosés

Provence has eleven different appellations on its territory: Côtes de Provence, Coteaux Varois en Provence, Coteaux d'Aix en Provence, Bandol, Cassis, Palette, Bellet, Pierrevert, Coteaux des Baux de Provence. This wine region of nearly 27,000 hectares of PDO vines is dominated by the three most extensive appellations located in the Var and Bouches du Rhône: Côtes de Provence, Coteaux d'Aix en Provence and Coteaux Varois en Provence. Spread over various soils, whose quality is recognized for the production of Provence wines, there are more than 500 private cellars and nearly 75 cooperative cellars. The communes of Grimaud, Flassans-sur-Issole or Brignoles are among the most important cooperative cellars. Together they produce the equivalent of 180 million bottles per year distributed over 88% of rosé wine, 8% of red wine and 4% of white wine.

A region combining tourism and quality viticulture

This region, with one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe and an inland valley rich in diversity, is home to the most beautiful vineyards in Provence. From Marseille to Nice, from Pagnol's Provence to the Côte d'Azur, from its coastline to the heart of the Var, via the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the terroir denominations of La Londe, Fréjus, Sainte Victoire, Pierrefeu and Notre Dame des Anges, Provence is the tourist destination par excellence. In fact, it is experiencing a growing development of activities related to wine tourism. Many wineries and castles offer, in addition to wine production, bed and breakfast, lodging, themed stays (seminars, tasting sessions, wine courses, etc.), wine tourism activities (cellar visits, wine trail, etc.), and events (weddings, receptions, etc.). This allows the investor to diversify his resources, to make a bastide, a mansion or a castle profitable around a prestigious wine-producing environment, while developing his reputation. As the world leader in the production of AOC rosé wine, Provence has also set itself the goal of eventually reducing the ecological footprint of its vineyards, with the objective of certifying 100 % organic or HVE 3 vineyards by 2030 and the generalization of virtuous practices in the vineyard as well as in the cellar.

Vineyards spread out over the territory

The Côtes de Provence appellation represents nearly 75% of the Provencal vineyard, BLUE SIDE presents many wine estates for sale in the Var, which concentrates the largest number of private wine properties. In the Bouches du Rhône, most of the vineyards are located on the outskirts and north of the city of Aix en Provence. The vineyards are also larger than the average in this area, which is steeped in medieval history. The Alpes Maritimes, with its emblematic coastline of the Côte d'Azur, is home to the Bellet appellation, which is the only entirely urban AOC vineyard in France and covers some 60 hectares of vines.

Wine history of Provence

With more than 300 days of sunshine per year and the dominant influence of the Mistral wind, the vines in Provence enjoy an ideal climate that favors their development in optimal sanitary conditions. More than twelve grape varieties are used in blending in the elaboration of the wines of Provence. The aromatic typicity of the wines of Provence is closely linked to both its terroir and the method of vinification traditionally used. The vine was first planted in France more than 2600 years ago by the Phocaeans when they founded the city of Marseille. Then 400 years later, the Romans settled in Provence and developed the vineyard considerably. Rome then extended its empire over the rest of Gaul and gave birth to the other great wine producing areas of France today, namely the Rhone Valley, Beaujolais, Burgundy, Gascony and Bordeaux. From the Middle Ages onwards, the clergy within the abbeys of Saint-Victor in Marseille, Saint-Honorat on the Lérins Islands, Saint-Pons in Nice and Thoronet, the nobility and the notables took over the vineyards of Provence, reshaped them and gave them their current structure.

Buying a wine estate: to each his own!

For BLUE SIDE, the sale of vineyards and wine estates in Provence requires above all a relationship of trust to be established with the buyer, both to understand the nature of the wine estate or the wine-producing business he wishes to buy and the wine-producing project he wishes to invest in. The configurations of wine estates being very contrasted, the future winegrower will first have to orient himself on a place, an environment, in connection with an AOC or an IGP, then to refine an acquisition price and a global budget. Indeed, beyond the purchase price, the budget allocated to the embellishment of the place, to the equipment of the wine cellar and to the development of the PDO and PGI vineyards is determining in the added value that will be brought to the estate.

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