Agua Dulce Winery, an 87-acre property with more than 80 acres of vines, is newly on the market for $12.8 million. Robert Morton and Dario Svidler of the Beverly Hills-based Partners Trust are the listing agents.
A portion of their property description follows:
Just 35 miles outside of Los Angeles, Agua Dulce Winery is a breathtaking 90-acre property affording oenophiles the rarity of owning a countryside estate featuring a spacious 5-bedroom residence and thriving, fully-operational wine business. Considered the largest vine-to-wine property in the region, Agua Dulce Winery produces award-winning wines from its prized 80~ acres of vines. It is a setting unlike any other in Southern California; a place that feels a world away yet conveniently accessible to travelers near and far. Sheltered by the rolling topography and surrounded by mountain vistas in every direction, the property’s Colonial-style residence features a generous outdoor terrace and sweeping vineyard views, an idyllic space for entertaining or simply indulging in the luxurious vineyard lifestyle. With its tasting room, 2,000-member wine club, large event venue and use as a Hollywood filming location, Agua Dulce Winery is recognized as a prized destination in and of itself.