The 1998 Warrumbungle winery listed for sale

Renowned vineyard South Burloo, home of the Trickey family’s Warrumbungle Wines, has been listed for sale.

Established in 1998 the organic 10 hectare vineyard, on a 200 hectare freehold in Coonabarabran NSW, is being auctioned by Ray White agent Chris Korff.

The lifestyle property, which looks over the Warrumbungle mountain rage, grows chambourcin, merlot, petit verdot and shiraz varieties.

It comes with a brick homestead, a swimming pool, a courtyard gazebo and a tennis court.

There is a bore, a large dam and large tank water storage. Other improvements include a cottage, a two level barn, a vehicle storage shed and cattle yards.

The vineyard is at an altitude of 600 metres, ensuring cold conditions for the grapes which are reportedly hand-picked at night.

The vineyard is managed by Gareth Trickey, a former real estate investor in Hong Kong, and his brother Cameron.

Korff says the property has had interest from Sydney and Melbourne buyers as well inquiry from neighbours. 

The property is being marketed as having potential as a bed and breakfast  as well as a function venue.  

Korff says prices are quite hard to gauge on properties like and have a large amount of price variation this but he expects it to sell for more than $500,000. 

Alistair Walsh

Alistair Walsh

Deutsche Welle online reporter

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