Farmland

Cole Ranch Offers Rare Opportunity to Own An Entire American Viticultural Area


The 150-acre tract one hour north of Sonoma boasts few improvements except 55 acres under vine and certification from the United States Treasury as the only vineyard in the Ukiah American Viticultural Area (AVA). John Cole planted and nurtured the vines on his namesake ranch in the last decades of the 20th century. Todd Renfrew of California Outdoor Properties has the $3.3 million listing. He has fielded inquiries from across the country and around the world. “We’ve had calls from wine brokers in New York and Washington, D.C. A brewery owner in Croatia called. So did a real estate company with offices in Bordeaux and Paris. A brewery owner in the Bay Area with four breweries who is looking at getting into wine loves the smallest appellation theme,” Renfrew says.
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