With more than 123,000 hectares, the Bordeaux vineyards are the largest vine region in the world. Amongst the 10,000 châteaux dotted around this area, you can find vineyards which produce some of the most renowned wines in the world.
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As it gets colder outside little critters seek comfort indoors. Do you call an expert or do you deal with it yourself?
As one of the biggest importers of French wine, it is no surprise that investors from China have started to buy up vineyards in famous winemaking areas of France.
FrenchEntrée recently reported on a surge of interest in gîtes and gîte complexes, offering investors a home in France and a means of making money… but there are other options. Vineyards in France are also high on the wish list says Gaëlle Perreaux, FrenchEntrée Property Services Manager.
For those relocating to France and looking for a business opportunity vineyards can be a very appealing option, after all they are a wine lover’s paradise. The reality of running a vineyard is that it is both rewarding and hard work. Here are our top ten tips about purchasing a vineyard…
I have lived in France for over 14 years and it had always been a childhood dream to own my own farm. I was brought up by my parents…
A local market is one of the most common places to buy ducks, chickens and other animals for your smallholding. Topic host, Steve Hanson, who goes to market to sell his piglets, gives some advice on how to do things
When smallholders Tracey and Steve Hull moved to France to farm full-time, they couldn’t bear to leave behind their grey-faced Dartmoor sheep. Absolute fans, they believe this traditional UK breed are the perfect sheep for smallholders – even in France. Tracey explains why…