This facility at 352 Byrnes Road, Bomen was fitted out for wine production in the early 2000s and the opportunity is now available for new operators to take the plant forward.
The 1500sqm main building with offices and laboratory has been extensively fitted out with wine production plant with a particular emphasis on refrigeration of tanks and ample hot water supplies.
Grape delivery and crushing areas are located on a large concrete apron allowing for the main building to house the extensive refrigerated tanks and cool room.
The services include main sewer reticulated for domestic waste, telephone, high pressure gas and town water. There is a 3 phase 500kvA substation located on site.
This is a fully operational wine production facility and includes –
- Wine production facility designed by Stuart Russell and Andrew Birks of Bidgeebong Wines
- Vintage capacity estimated at 1000 tonnes with approval for up to 5000 tonnes
- 570,000 litres of tank storage with refrigeration options
- Crushers and de-stemmers
- Red fermenters
- Pumps and assorted equipment and pipes
- Office and laboratory
The property is for sale by public tender, with submissions closing December 20.
Full details including plant inventory and contract are available by calling Greg Howick on 0418 692 293.