Have you always wanted a wine estate? Someone you sconsiglierebbe, saying that with much less might make you a wine cellar with crates and crates of Petrus, Cristal, Masseto & co, spending far less and zero effort than all the sacrifices that requires be wine producer.
But if you're still not convinced, Here is the current situation of real estate with vineyards and estates traced by Idealist.
Real estate values and characteristics of Territories offer the best-known wine Italy
The Tuscan and Umbrian farmhouses are the most noble and also the most expensive, Here the offer price and quality above all other areas. The price of the farmhouses in Siena (Chianti and Montalcino) is on average 3.154 Euro/m2, that figure can vary significantly depending on the type of building for use in residential part (Castle, Villa, rustic farmhouse). For the square footage it starts from 300 M2 to climb, a constant that concerns all agricultural property wine Italy, whose market values rarely fall below one million euro.
The vineyard is the new brick?
Apparently, According to Idealist in recent years, Thanks to the crisis, the decline saw brick turn the investments in land planted with vineyards, that so they replaced the home as haven. In the case of vineyards name prices, According to Assoenologi detection of 2014, land is not only have kept their weight sheet, but you are reevaluated until 20%.
Today a hectare vineyard in Italy d is sold on average in 36.000 euro, against less than 20,000 euros to land other vocation. The ranking compiled by Italian vineyards Winenews see those from Alto Adige to the top with 550.000 per hectare, followed by those of Amarone with oscillating between the quotes 480.000 and the 500.000 euro, and those Territories Prosecco of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, where the gap is between the 380.000 and the 350.000 Euro per hectare, Similarly to the quotations of the vineyards of Trentino. In Barolo and Montalcino, capitals of great Italian wines, prices range, respectively to 350.000 euro and between the 350 and the 330.000 euro.
The champion of the vineyards? In the locality of Cartizze, in Treviso, where the hectare reaches the figure monstrous by 1 million and 200 thousand euros, "If you find someone willing to sell", they know WineNews experts. For investment opportunities in historical areas, with prices lower than 100.000 per hectare you can bet on Chianti where estimates of 80.000 Euro sub-areas Colli Aretini, Chianti Colli Senesi, Colline Pisane, Montalbano or Montespertoli. Interesting opportunities for investors even some southern areas: on the slopes of Etna, prices may fluctuate between 60.000 and the 120.000 euro, 50 and the 60.000 Euro per hectare in the Taurasi zone, in Campania.
Kept: Tuscany in the lead in the ranking of most expensive properties
The offer remains predominant in Tuscany than the rest of the peninsula: country houses in Chianti, the rural houses in Arezzo, the historical agricultural property of fiorentino, where they touch the 16 million for the purchase of Castello di Tavolese with 10 hectares of vineyards of Chianti DOCG, Although the top is achieved in Siena where you touch the 20 million for a rustic seal with well 926 hectares of land.
The vineyards of Italy are among the most coveted national and international investors. This has helped to keep the value of the real estate high in years, Unlike what happened to the land for other crops.
According To Vincenzo De Tommaso, Idealistic studies Office Manager: "After the wave of foreign investors the Italians are back starring: the changes in ownership between wineries are increasingly the preserve of entrepreneurs already in the world of wine, Although there is no shortage of exceptions. Do not forget that the success of this return to the campaign was partly instrumental in the work of the winery, in part to keeping the value of the investment over time, In addition to integration with the tourist-receptive (agritourism), able to generate additional income ".