Sunday, September 13, 2009

Local Government Grant

This vineyard investment bodega will have brand new, highly scientific fermentation capabilities. The wine produced will mature on the site and will be kept under careful supervision. The business falls under the official juristiction of Castilla la Mancha government’s grant scheme, and when the bodega is fully operational, the project will get up to fifty percent of the build cost.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Vineyard Investment - Syndicate Fund Two

This vineyard investment was initiated in December 2008 culminating in the release of the Founding Syndicate Fund 1. This became an immediate success because of its simplicity and its effectivness as an investment. This initial fund raised over €1,000,000 in just 5 months.

This first tranche of funding was utilised to start the initial stages of this projects development. The second fund looks to raise a further €1,000,000, allowing the building of an experimental bodega, an experimental vineyard and the trialling of different procedures within the vineyard to improve quality and yields.

We believe this high investment return fund to be on its own in todays investment market. This investment offers guaranteed returns of between 17% and 25%. This is over a fixed two year term and gives the investor clear exit strategy.

  • Money raised through Syndicate Fund Two will go to the further development of the vineyard:-Stage 2 soil testing
  • Preparation and installation of weather stations
  • A two-year study into the exact plantation areas to determine which grape varieties are best suited
  • Study into the requirements for machinery for the second phase of the bodega which will produce wine from different grape varieties

All of the above procedures are necessary to make the best use of the the vineyard and its overall yield, based on its currently available output. This will have a positive effect on the businesses overall profit.

Vineyard Investment

Wine production has changed technologically and this has faciltated a better quality wine. Not all wine experts agree with this, as many of the big names prefer a more authentic, natural way of wine making. Nicolas Joly, consultant for biodynamic wine-growing, said: "the wine-grower must decide whether he wants his bodega to be a maternity hospital where the grapes give birth to wine rather than a plastic surgery”.

Wine making is has a set procedure and is therefore something that can not be created in a rush. Certain things need to be closely adhered to, otherwise the finished product would turn into a commercial drink.

The task is to satisfy the market without losing the characteristics of each wine.
This vineyard investment will allow this absolute optimum levels of both quality and production.