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Dreams Do Come True

Your vineyard is waiting … in California's Shenandoah Valley!

The two properties listed on this site are planted in Zinfandel and are located in Amador County, home to some of the state's finest Zinfandel producing vineyards.

"Amador County Wine is the land where Zinfandel reigns supreme and the vineyards are steeped in 150 years of winemaking tradition. It is here where European winemaking found a home in the late 19th century. Part of what has come to be known as the "Mother Lode", Amador County was settled by immigrants, mostly of Mediterranean decent, who sought a golden future and brought their viticultural traditions to the iron rich soils of the area. After the prosperous wine industry was shut down by Prohibition early in the 20th century, the county remained dormant until the 60's when a young Sutter Home winemaker rediscovered the spicy, bold Zinfandel grape which was abundant in the area and returned the name Amador to a label again. The success of this wine, as well as the ripe Barbera & Sangiovese that would follow, has made the region nationally recognized. Today this county is divided into two appellations, Shenandoah Valley and Fiddletown, but Amador and Zinfandel remain synonymous in the hearts of California wine lovers." (Description from Appellation America)

Review the information provided of these two parcels then give us call so we can answer any questions you may have. We can put qualified buyers in touch with a bank to assume our loan or for new financing.

Property A
42 + Acres -$2,450,000 - includes:

  • 23 + acres of zinfandel grapes - 110R Rootstock with Deaver Clone on top
  • 6 Developed home sites - 2 modular employee housing units that can stay or go
  • Domestic water system - 2 - 5,000 gallon storage tanks, ozone purification system
  • Domestic well - 25 +/- GPM
  • Irrigation well 400 +/- GPM
  • Irrigation diesel generator, pump and fuel tank
  • Irrigation system - 5,000+/- feet of 4 & 6" main lines only
  • Drainage system - extensive storm water runoff piping system
  • Deer and livestock fencing
  • Executive home site/or winery/tasting room site with outstanding hillside view
  • Developed area currently used as a loading pad
  • County Road frontage
  • No Use Permits required for winery/tasting room
  • Utilities on the property; propane, electricity, septic, phone lines
  • Paved county road - private road access off county road
  • Outstanding views

Property B
40 Acres parcel - $1,800,000 - includes:

  • 33 + acres of zinfandel grapes, including 7 acres of 86 year old vines
  • 140 R & 110 R rootstalk with Deaver Clone top/ own root zinfandel
  • Irrigation system - 4-6" main lines
  • Storm water runoff drainage systems
  • Propane system - 3,500 +/-feet of propane gas line for 3 wind machines
  • Electrical conduit
  • Deer and livestock Fencing
  • Executive home site/or winery/tasting room site - view
  • Paved county road frontage, developed agriculture encroachment
  • No Use Permits required for winery/tasting room
  • Utilities available
  • Indian Creek runs through far end of parcel
  • ¼ +/- acres walnut trees

Not included in the purchase price but can be purchased if desired, or they will be removed:

  • Propane tank - 6,000 +/- gallon tank
  • Wind Machines - three
  • Wind Machine - fourth (in partnership with neighbor) - negotiable


Photos on this page only are courtesy Leslie Sellman-Sant
all other photos courtesy Carolyn Fox ©

Ken Deaver · 21643 Shenandoah School Road · Plymouth, CA 95669 ·

Photos courtesy of Carolyn Fox