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10 Wineries and Vineyards for sale in Andalusia
Winery with land and farmhouse for sale in Seville.
Property with a winery, a farmhouse, an independent apartment and a house for the caretaker, in an unbeatable location in Seville.
Organic winery in Andalusia.
Organic winery start-up on 30 hectares of land and various buildings situated in Andalusia, 30-40 minutes from the beach.
Estate with vineyards for sale in Granada.
Fantastic estate of 100 hectares plus 5 ha of vineyards, situated in the North West of Granada.
Winery in Malaga looking for investment partner.
Winery with high quality wine production, culinary restaurant and vineyards looking for investment.
Organic winery with vineyards in DO Malaga.
Small production organic winery with vineyards and impressive views.
Infographic of the Region
Andalusia, located in the south of Spain, is one of the most popular autonomous regions of the country and has numerous wineries for sale around its eight provinces: Almeria, Cadiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and Seville. The capital is the city of Seville. Vineyards in Andalusia occupy the whole territory, but the wine production is focused on the regions of Jerez (the area with the oldest and longest-standing export tradition in Spain), Montilla-Moriles, Malaga and Huelva. There are several Designations of Origin in Andalusia: DO Jerez-Sherry-Xérès-Manzanilla of Sanlúcar and DO Brandy of Jerez, DO Montilla-Moriles, DO Condado de Huelva, DO Málaga and DO Sierras de Málaga, and the quality wines with geographical indication, VC Granada and VC Lebrija, as well as Vinos de la Tierra from several provinces.
Wineries in Andalusia produce fortified wines such as Palomino, Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel. There are also many wineries for sale dedicated to the production of not fortified wines with different varieties. The most important white varieties are Airén, Moscatel de Alejandría, Moscatel de grano menudo, Chardonnay, Macabeo, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Verdejo and Viognier. In the case of red varieties, Romé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo, Garnacha, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Petit Verdot, Graciano, Malbec, Monastrell and Tintilla. Besides the vineyards, it is a region famous for other types of crops. It manages the national production of table olives and olive oil; up to the point of having 12 DO of oil. Vinegars also have their own DO.