As the harvest season approaches, it’s worth looking at homes that wine lovers—from the person who likes to relax with a glass of chilled Chardonnay to the most skilled sommelier—could appreciate.
Winery with former Catalan monastery in the South of France
Location: Perpignan, Pyrenees Orientales—Occitanie, France
Once a Catalan monastery in the 19th century, this property sits in the middle of full-production vineyards. It also has views of both the sea and the mountains. The renovated main residence has more than 7,534 square feet of living space, including, of course, a state-of-the-art wine cellar.
Happy Canyon home in Southern California wine country
Location: Santa Ynez, California
Price: $12.25 million
This classic Mediterranean-style five-bedroom home, along with a guest and foreman’s house, is located on 106 acres in Happy Canyon, an American Viticultural Area in the Santa Ynez Valley. The idyllic property is surrounded by olive orchards and roughly 40 acres of south-facing land primed to nurture Rhone and Bordeaux grapes.
Beverly Hills mid-century home with wine storage
Location: Los Angeles, California
Price: $15.499 million
This four-bedroom home in prestigious Trousdale Estates is more modern Mad Men than monoculture, but along with walls of windows and a home theater is a sleek wet bar and plenty of wine storage. Enjoy a glass of California Pinot Noir while taking in the views of downtown and the Pacific Ocean.
Contemporary hacienda with its own wine production in Spain
Location: Malaga, Spain
This modern estate is surrounded by the nearly 500-acre La Melonera winery, which produces hundreds of bottles of high-scoring vintages. The four-bedroom hacienda features two lounges, a formal dining room and four en-suite bedrooms, including a master with a sauna and a dressing room.