South west France is famous for its wines with Bordeaux possibly the most well-known. For a cool €1,250,000 you can perfect your viticulture in your very own vineyard while enjoying the spacious living quarters in your seven-bedroomed home.
If that's a little too rich for your blood, the nearby Bergerac region also produces outstanding wines. For €450,000 you can pick up this delightful five-bed house complete with two gites.
This 17th Century semi-detached farmhouse just north of Cluny puts you in the heart of Burgundy country. Complete with six bedrooms could be yours for €325,000.
For just under €320,000, this 18th Century four-bed mansion in Blaye is in the Medoc region around Gironde. Its beautiful gardens are full of mature plants and fruit trees.
ahors is in the centre of the Quercy wine growing region and just outside you'll find this charming 13th Century four-bed stone villa. Careful modernisation has incorporated many of the original features.
If you prefer a more rustic flavour to your red, try Marcillac wine which is produced in the Aveyron region, north of Toulouse. For €900,000 you can buy your own chateau looking over the town of Najac. It has seven bedrooms and ten acres of land, if you fancy converting some over to the Mansois grape.