A Stunning Prosecco Vineyard In Rural Italy Is Up For Sale
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Yes - an actual prosecco vineyard in rural Italy has just gone on the market and it looks absolutely phenomenal.
All we need now is to throw a hunky gardener in the mix and all our dreams will have come true!
The estate, which is situated in the Pordenone region of northern Italy close to Venice and the country's borders with Austria and Slovenia, is make up of a historic eighteenth-century main house, a chapel and a number of other residential buildings.
The San Vito al Tagliamento estate also has a whopping 30 bedrooms and 29 bathrooms, so it's the perfect spot to throw a party for all your mates once the pandemic is finally over.
There's also an ornamental Italian garden, a swimming pool, a bunch of stables, some warehouses, an old watermill and around 108 hectares of land, 19 of which are an active vineyard that produces an 'excellent' glass of Prosecco.
The catch? You'll need to have a cool €11.5 million (£10.5 million) in the bank to be able to afford it, or €380,000 each if you split it with 29 of your friends.
Still, a girl can dream!
You can get all the info on this beautiful property here.
Our lack of funds might actually be a good thing though, seeing as experts have previously said prosecco hangovers are the worst kind of hangover. Speaking to Tyla last year, Marco Castelanelli - founder of Club Vino and a level 3 AIS sommelier - explained it's all down to all that pesky carbon dioxide.
"If you find that you get the worst headache ever after a glass of two or Procecco then quite simply blame it on the bubbles," he said.
"Prosecco and Champagne both contain little pockets of carbon dioxide which change how the alcohol flows through the blood stream, helping the body to adsorb the alcohol faster.
"Once in the bloodstream the Co2 competes with oxygen which is why you might feel a little woozy and rather drunk rather quickly leading to an exaggerated hangover in the form of a pounding head."
Probably won't stop us drinking it this Christmas, though!