FOR SALE BY OWNER: Kinkead Ridge Vineyard and Farmhome
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 937-392-1178 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. East Coast time.
Farmhome, and vineyard with all equipment and
physical assets: Call for pricing.
Producers of internationally recognized, award-winning, ultra-premium vinifera wines. Featured in international wine reference book Opus Vino; and 1000 Great Everyday Wines from the World's Best Wineries; and twice made Tom Stevenson's list of the 100 Most Exciting Wine Finds in the World (British Editor of the Wine Report paperback).
Before relocating to Ohio, the partners owned Chehalem Valley Vineyards, 40 acres, in Yamhill Oregon, which was sold to Tony Soter (Etude). Established vineyard ground in Oregon is now $100,000 an acre, which makes our vineyard a real bargain. We researched Walla Walla, the Finger Lakes, Paso Robles and southern Oregon before settling on southern Ohio and our vineyard site with soil similar to St. Emilion, south east facing slope in a historic viticultural area.
For details about our history and our wines, see the web site, http://www.KinkeadRidge.com
Why are we selling: retiring to North Carolina. We grew Pinot Noir in Oregon in Yamhill, Chehalem Valley Vineyards, for 10 years. Those grapes were sold mostly to Erath.
|Vineyard and farmhome: 4288 Kinkead Road, Ripley Ohio
45167 (approximately 1 hour east of Cincinnati). 126 acres, 5.1 acres planted to
vinifera at close row spacing.
Age: Built in 1880. Style: Gothic Revival
Hunter's dream! Deer, turkey.
Kinkead Ridge is producing world-renowned,
internationally recognized vinifera from our site.
Expansion possibilities include building a winery at the vineyard for more retail sales in this agri-tourist destination and purchasing or planting more grapes.
It's a beautiful place to live, an 1880 farmhouse with lots of wildlife. The price per acreage in Brown County should continue to climb.
"The qualities that make for a happy and genial life... are these: a small estate with fruitful vineyards, a fire to curtail the rigours of winter, freedom from lawn troubles, a contented mind, a man's strength and healthy body, frankness tempered by tact, congenial associates, happy guests, a table spread with simple viands, wine not in excess but enough to drive away care, an unprudish wife, yet virtuous withall; sound sleep to make dark hours fly, no longing for change, just contentment with what you are, no fear of death, nor yet a desire for it."