Goona Warra Vineyard (Offering Business Migration Investment Opportunity)
Goona Warra Vineyard was founded in 1863 and is today both a recognised boutique wine label and a collection of magnificent historic buildings. “Goona Warra” meant “resting place of black swan” in the local aboriginal dialect of the time, and today’s wines proudly wear a recreation of the original 1860’s black swan label.
Located in Sunbury. Whilst Goona Warra has not pursued the tourist market, significant potential clearly exists in this sector. Notably, the property adjoins a well maintained 18 hole golf course and is less than 30 minutes by car to Melbourne CBD and 10 minutes from Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine).
1. A 12 acre vineyard (there is also another 40 acres of land nearby held on 15 year lease – of which 5 years remain – from Western Water, which the owners believe will be renewed upon expiry upon request.
2. The original bluestone winery and stables – which have been restored as an up-market reception centre.
3. Wine is sold through cellar door, by occasional distribution (mainly to restaurants) locally and in Melbourne, and by export to China.
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