Malibu’s iconic Rosenthal Vineyard on the market for $ 38 million

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While Napa and Sonoma come to mind when California wine regions are mentioned, don’t sleep on Malibu. The hills above the coveted beach community are where you’ll find the Rosenthal Estate, where the developer Georges rosenthal grapes grown for its Rosenthal Wine label.

Now Rosenthal is ready to let go of his beloved estate for the asking price of $ 38 million.

Rosenthal played with the sale of the luxury property in 2012 and listed it for $ 59.5 million. Almost a decade later, he is now about 80 years old, and is seriously considering selling the large estate he has painstakingly replenished since paying $ 1,076,000 for a considerably smaller piece of land in 2000. His estate s ‘now spans 180 acres.

Since Rosenthal turned the property into a wine estate, visitors have taken the winding Kanan Dume road to tour the facilities.

A total of 10,000 vines flourish on the property, including cabernet, shiraz, chardonnay and merlot grapes. There is room to add another 10,000 vines.

Rosenthal Winery in Malibu, California

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The vineyards of the Rosenthal estate

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And grapes are not the only agricultural offer on the estate. There are also 600 avocado trees which bear fruit.

In addition to being a working agricultural property, the Rosenthal estate is a luxury resort. The residences include a spacious hacienda-style mansion and three guest cottages. With two pools, these amenities provide the perfect weekend getaway for Los Angelenos.

Entrance doors

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One of the three guest rooms

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The elegant 12,000 square foot hacienda-style main residence was inspired by Mexico’s upscale country estates. It features high beamed ceilings accented by leaded glass skylights.

The living room

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Big room

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There are six large fireplaces, including in the adjacent kitchen and breakfast room.

The kitchen is fitted with a custom tiled backsplash, island with seating, lead glass skylight, custom wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a three-basin sink.

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Breakfast room

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Carved and ornate wood is present everywhere, including in the bathrooms. Numerous double French doors open onto terraces with stunning views over the property.

Bathroom

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Solarium

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Bedroom

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And this is only the primary residence.

Sumptuously appointed guest rooms mean overnight stays are a real treat.

Interior of the guest house

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Guest house with its own swimming pool

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Outdoor amenities include a giant pool, spa and cabana, patios, decks, lawns, fountains, manicured gardens, a pond, and private access to the Backbone Trail.

The grounds are highlighted by sculptures and curated art installations.

Pool, spa and cabana

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Moonlit path

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Automobile yard

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The property, including the equestrian-style tasting room, could be used to host birthdays, weddings, and private parties.

Equestrian-style tasting room

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In the tasting room

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The estate includes just about everything a buyer would need to become a turnkey winemaker.

However, there is one thing that is not included in the sale price: the Rosenthal label. The new owners can use the grapes produced on the property in their own wine, or sell them to other wineries.

“Although this is a world of its own immersed in miles of nature, this popular location is just five minutes from beautiful Malibu beaches and 20 miles from Santa Monica. It offers possibilities and a great space for creative endeavors and a lifestyle of intimate dinners, afternoons by the pool and social gatherings filled with laughter, ”said the co-registration agent. . Joyce Rey, by Coldwell Banker.

Rey lists the property with Jade mills, also from Coldwell Banker, as well as Sandro Dazzan from L’Agence Malibu.


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