Farm in Douro Wine Region
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Zuvega, Lda. AMI 17129
It is in the Douro Demarcated Region, between the cities of Vila Real and Peso da Régua, that this excellent business and investment opportunity can be found. It is a farm with approximately 6 ha (60,000sqm2), of which about 3.5 ha (35,000sqm2) are vineyards, with a ready-to-live-in house with 4 bedrooms/suites, lounge and fully equipped kitchen, including wood stove, surrounded by magnificent gardens where you can still enjoy your swimming pool; Fully equipped cellar among other support structures. The entire farm has several fruit trees and a significant amount of olive trees that allow the extraction of olive oil.
It is a self-sustainable property with a current net return above 5% from the touristic exploitation of the house, for which it has the respective Rural Tourism Permit. Thus, we can consider it a True Financial Investment, due to its excellent, proven profitability.
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“The Alto Douro Wine Region or Alto Douro Vinhateiro is an area in the northeast of Portugal with more than 26 thousand hectares, classified by UNESCO, on December 14, 2001, as World Heritage, in the category of cultural landscape and surrounded by mountains that give it particular mesological and climatic characteristics.
This region, which is situated around the River Douro and is part of the so-called Douro Wine Region, has been producing wine for over 2000 years, including the world famous Port wine.
Its origins date back to the second half of the 17th century, when Port Wine began to be produced and exported in quantity, especially to England.
However, the high profits obtained with exports to England would generate situations of fraud, abuse and adulteration of the quality of fortified wine. The main Douro wine producers then demanded government intervention and on September 10, 1756, the “General Agriculture Company of Alto Douro Vineyards” was created.
The long tradition of viticulture has produced a cultural landscape of exceptional beauty that reflects its technological, social and economic evolution.
It is usually subdivided into three subregions, from the west to the east:
– Baixo Corgo
(“below Corgo”), a subregion with the mildest climate and most precipitation. It has 14,000 hectares (35,000 acres) of vineyards. Although it is the subregion which was planted first, in general, it is considered to give wines of lesser quality than the other two subregions.
(“above Corgo”) is the largest subregion with 19,000 hectares (47,000 acres) of vineyards, centered on the village of Pinhão, and where the majority of the famous Quintas are located.
– Douro Superior
(“upper Douro”) is the hottest and driest of the subregions, and stretches all the way to the Spanish border. It has 8,700 hectares (21,000 acres) of vineyards and is the source of many wines of very good quality. As it is the least accessible of the three subregions, it is the most recently planted, and it is still expanding. ” Wikipedia
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