Four Hunter Valley vineyards on the market
Four Hunter Valley vineyards - Krinklewood Biodynamic Vineyard, Oakvale, Kevin Sobels Wines and Wandin Valley - are up for sale and expected to fetch a combined total of $32million.
All have all been listed with Jurd’s Real Estate Cessnock.
Krinklewood (pictured above) is tipped to fetch $10million. The 59-hectare property features a three-bedroom architecturally designed colonial homestead and 19-hectare vineyard. The fully certified organic and biodynamic vineyard was planted by the Windrim family in 1998.
Oakvale Wines was established in 1893 and looks set to fetch $6million. It features a modern cellar door and winery with an award winning leased restaurant onsite. The 250 tonne winery has enormous capacity to expand its current production.
Wandin Estate sits on 40 hectares at Lovedale. It was originally known as Millstone Vineyard before being renamed Wandin Valley by the creator of the TV series A Country Practice, James Davern and his wife Philippa, following their purchase in 1990 for $900,000. The estate is tipped to sell for $9million.
The property includes a winery, a cricket pavilion, manager’s cottage, cellar, function rooms and tourist accommodation.
Kevin Sobels Wines is located on 22 hectares on the corner of Broke and Halls roads, Pokolbin, and is expected to sell for $7million.
The development is surrounded by other well-known wineries including Tower Estate, Lakes Folly, Hope Estate and Petersons.