This is the kind of property that you either purchase at first sight or regret not doing so for a long time afterwards. It is remarkable in every way and inspires all of the emotions that a vineyard lifestyle in France can stimulate. The property comprises a private residence with guest accommodation and swimming pool, tennis court all set in a mature manicured garden scape adjacent to its vines. The vineyard estate is a hidden gem, tucked on the edge of the valley overlooking the Garonne. It is beside a former monastery on the pilgrimage route to St James of Compostelle. There are almost 5 hectares of vines as well as one hectare which could be planted, with the necessary permissions. The vines are planted at a density of between 4400 to 5500 plants per hectare, on well drained south facing slopes. This property has a particular advantage in that there are many underground water springs which help in hot and dry summers to maintain the foliage. In wet periods the gradient of the slopes ensures that the rain water runs off efficiently. he oldest vines date back to 1998 and the most recent were planted in 2011. They are 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.