A number one winemaker is promoting one among Victoria’s oldest working cellars in Nagambie.
David Traeger has indexed his cellar door at 137-139 Top St, the place he lived together with his circle of relatives and has offered famend drops since 1986.
The winemaker has $890,000 value hopes for the 1700squarem belongings, which incorporates a cellar understood to be about 150 years previous.

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Winemaker David Traeger’s cellar is on the market.
The ancient cellar is greater than 100 years previous.
A Little Birdie Instructed Me agent Sammi Russo mentioned Mr Traegar had moved to a area constructed on his Graytown winery.
He had used the Nagambie web site to cellar his boutique wine labels, which have been introduced in restricted volumes.
Mr Russo mentioned the ancient belongings had a small choice of vines however may just higher be used as a cafe or occasions venue.
David Traegar in 1997.
The winemaker used the valuables as his circle of relatives home.
The valuables used to be used as a steakhouse within the mid-1970s.
“There’s a winery that serves pizza in Seymour and this venue would be ideal for something like that, because it already has a pizza oven overlooking the vines,” Ms Russo mentioned.
“There is a large seating area that fits about 65 patrons and the building could also be used as an accommodation business on the side.”
The valuables might be was a cafe.
It has an $890,000 prompt sale value.
Ms Russo mentioned Nagambie’s tourism used to be “going crazy at the moment” and a brand new brewery and distillery within the space had attracted much more guests.

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