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5 Olive groves and oil mills for sale in Ciudad Real

Stately mansion with pool and 120 olive trees.
Stately mansion with pool and 120 olive trees.

Small palace in front of the castle of Belmonte

1.000.000€
RMGV2626
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Historical farmhouse renovated with 6 ha of organic olive trees in production.
Historical farmhouse renovated with 6 ha of organic olive trees in production.

Olive farm in the DO Aceite del Campo de Calatrava in Ciudad Real

600.000€
RMGV8012
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Farm with Cortijo, olive trees and vineyards.
Farm with Cortijo, olive trees and vineyards.

200 hectares with 75 hectares of olive trees. In addition there are 70 hectares of vineyards and hunting estate.

5.150.000€
RMGV8013
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400 ha farm with intensive olive grove and vineyards.
400 ha farm with intensive olive grove and vineyards.

DO La Mancha

11.000.000€
RMGV6073
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Boutique oil mill with 32 hectares of organic olive trees
Boutique oil mill with 32 hectares of organic olive trees

DO Montes de Toledo

1.200.000€
RMGV6124
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Ciudad Real

Ciudad Real

In the province of Ciudad Real there are two olive oil DOs, DO Aceite Campo de Calatrava and DO Aceite Campo de Montiel.

DO Aceite Campo de Calatrava

In the central area of the province of Ciudad Real, in municipalities such as Aldea del Rey, Almagro, Argamasilla de Calatrava and Ciudad Real, 16 municipalities make up the geographical description with a total of 22,073 hectares of olive trees of Cornicabra and Picual varieties.

Varieties

The oils are produced with the Cornicabra and Picual varieties, forming a homogeneous morphological and historical unit.

History

The historical unity of Campo de Calatrava is linked to the ancient Order of Calatrava, which was founded in 158 AD on a religious and military basis to protect the town from which the region and Designation of Origin borrow their name.

Climate and soils

The Campo de Calatrava is located in the southern sub-plateau of the Iberian Peninsula, with average altitudes of over 600 m. Calatrava volcanism is a consequence of the elevation of the Cordilleras Béticas during the Alpine orogeny, a geological event caused by the collision of the Eurasian and African plates in the context of the western Mediterranean. There is a consensus among researchers that the first volcanic eruption in the area dates back some 8-9 million years.

With regard to the soils of Campo de Calatrava, the most specific character is due to their specific mineralogy and geochemistry. They are soils in which the nature of the source material plays a very important role, detecting specific mineral species of this region, such as olivines and high concentrations of chemical elements, for example, manganese.

Among the eruptive phenomena developed in Campo de Calatrava, hydrovolcanism is the most outstanding due to its abundance, more than half of the volcanic edifices respond to these dynamics, and due to the environmental repercussions it introduces into the territory in the form of temporary flooding of water (lagoons) accumulated in the bottoms of the hydromagmatic craters (maars).

Olive oil mills

Aceites Olivar del Valle, Almazara Ecológica Pago Piedrabuena, Coop. Ntra. Sra. de las Nieves, Coop. Ntra. Sra. del Socorro, Coop. Oleovinicola Campo de Calatrava, Coop. Santiago Apostol, Coop. Santo Cristo, La Almazara Ecológica S.L., Olivapalacios S.L.

DO Aceite Campo de Montiel

Also in Ciudad Real, another 26 municipalities in the historic region of Campo de Montiel and some more in the south of the province.

Varieties

They work with picual, cornicabra, arbequina and manzanilla de Centro varieties. The main varieties are considered to be picual and cornicabra. The surface area dedicated to olive cultivation is 49,498 ha, 45 % of the Cornicabra variety, 40 % of the Picual variety, 5 % Manzanilla, 5 % Arbequina and 5 % of the Loca variety.

The characteristics of stability, bitterness and pungency are mainly due to the Cornicabra and Picual varieties.

The specificity of the product is also due to the presence of other varieties, including the local variety endemic to the area, as well as other testimonial varieties such as manzanilla and arbequina.

This specific mix of varieties is due to the fact that this geographical area is a confluence of olive-growing regions whose main varieties are cornicabra, Ciudad Real and Toledo, and picual, Córdoba and Jaén.

Climate and soils

Campo de Montiel is a limestone plateau with a surface area of more than 7 000 km2 and an average altitude of 850 m.

Its edaphological peculiarities include the marked presence of reddish-brown and limestone-brown soils, the high calcium carbonate content and the high salinity of the soil. The extreme climatic conditions, especially the cold winter and hot summer and the scant rainfall, have a marked influence on agricultural uses and crops in the area and largely determine the quality and properties of the oil obtained.

Climatologically, the area is subject to extreme conditions, with a high variability of temperatures between the harsh, long winter and the hot summer, a high number of hours of sunshine, high light intensity and low rainfall (600-700 mm).

Olive oil mills

Cozar de la Sierra SCA, Ntra. Sra. de la Antigua and Sto, Sra. de la Vega SCA, Ntra. Sra. del Pilar SCA, Olivarera San Isidro SCA, San Bartolome Apostol SCA, San Isidro Labrador SCA, Santa Catalina SCA, SC. de C-Lm San Gregorio, Stmo. Cristo del Valle SCA, Sto. Domingo de Guzman SCA, Unión Santiago Y San Miguel SCA, Virgen del Valle SCA, Fabrica de Aceites San Sebastian S.A, TIKALO S.L, Campo de Montiel, Coop. de 2º, Cozar de la Sierra, Soc. Coop. Agraria, Santa Catalina, SCA Stmo. Cristo del Valle, SCA Sto. Domingo de Guzman SCA, Ntra. Sra. del Pilar SCA.

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D.O./Valle (wine regions)

Rimontgó - Olive Groves and oil mills

Rimontgó - Olive Groves and oil mills

Rimontgó has more than a decade of experience in the sale of wineries and olive estates in Spain and has a small but complete team of experts including an oenologist, people trained in the administration of olive estates and export managers of large groups, who have accumulated invaluable experience in the sale of olive estates and oil mills, and also in the analysis and valuation of soils, olive trees, installations, machinery, oil production techniques and their national marketing or export...

Rimontgó Olive groves and Oil Mills is part of Rimontgó, a family business founded in 1959 in Jávea, specialising in offering quality real estate services to clients from all over the world. It has the best selection of luxury properties for sale, mainly in Valencia and the Costa Blanca, as well as other investment assets in the main cities of Spain.

With a marked international character, both in terms of its clientele and its reach, Rimontgó has a renowned reputation in its sector. Rimontgó is recognised by its clients and its colleagues as an honest, professional company, with proven ethical principles for over 60 years, that makes its experience and dedication to the client the basis of excellent service.

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