8+/- Acres of Cherries in The Rocks District AVA
For years wine makers and wine lovers have recognized the uniqueness of the wine coming from the Rocks District of Milton Freewater, Oregon’s 18th AVA. And The Rocks District most unique feature is its soil. There really isn’t any soil. The ground consists primarily of small rocks called basalt cobblestones.
Most agree it’s the soil or lack thereof, that is distinct for growing wine grapes. The soils are chemically distinct because they are basalt derived; they are texturally distinct because they are coarse and well-drained which forces deeper roots; and they are thermally distinct.
But most importantly is that these three soil differences show up in the resulting wines. And anyone who has tasted wine from this new AVA cannot mistake the area’s distinctive earth and mineral aromas, as well as flavors.
The WestOne Group is proud to offer an eight +/- acre parcel that is currently planted to cherries. The site offers affordability, expansion capability and current cash flow while you prepare for future vineyard development.
No structures, or equipment, are included with the sale.
Senior water rights are in place.
The seller lives on a contiguous property, with additional acreage planted to apples and cherries, that could be available for short or long term vineyard development.
This cherry orchard is offered at $280,000.
Please contact CEO / Designated Managing Broker Ben Sinner, (509)-524-0400, for more information and a tour of this property.