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Vineyard Land Dingac Position for sale

€2,000,000
Sale | Locations: Dingac, Pelješac | 40000 sq m lot size | beds
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Vineyard Land Dingac Position for sale

Vineyard Land Dingac Position for sale is situated at Peninsula Peljesac, south Dalmatia, south side of peninsula. There are 40 000 sq.m. of land for vineyard stretching from the upper hill side and all the way down to the sea. There are 2500 vines planted of the Plavac Mali wine sort.

There is already established market sale of this wine. Land has road access. On the seafront there is rocky shore but it is possible to construct boat mooring berth on the rocks and put ponton bridge. One or few villa could be constructed on the land with agricultural buildings for purpose of agricultural tourism or maintaining vineyard production. Dingac is famous for autohton wine sort Plavac Mali, found only on this location. Some world famous wine makers have their wineyards here. Price for Vineyard Land Dingac Position for sale is 2 000 000 EUR.

Orebic is a waterfront town on the edge of the Peljesac peninsula, where the renowned wine producing areas of Dingač and Postup cling precariously to hillside terraces overlooking the Adriatic. In terms of prestige, Dingac and Postup are the Napa and Sonoma of Croatia. There are about 1000 ha of vines on the Peljesac peninsula, with about 60 ha in Postup and maybe 75 in Dingac—much of the balance is in the valley, which produces table-wine grapes. The vineyards in Dingac (descending to the Adriatic) and Postup· are all built on terraces, some only one or two plants wide. The slope is so steep here that, when working certain terraces, the soil tiller has to be roped to the axle of a truck on the road above to keep it from tumbling down the vineyards.

 

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