DRY WHITES: Workers harvest grapes at the La Motte wine farm in Franschhoek in January 2016. Picture: REUTERS
DRY WHITES: Workers harvest grapes at the La Motte wine farm in Franschhoek in January 2016. Picture: REUTERS

The price of a wine farm may deter investors who do not have deep pockets but fractional ownership could make the purchase more attainable.

Hemelzicht Vineyards has presented a business model that could allow a group of investors to own a 1% stake in a wine farm for R1m.

Business Day TV spoke to Roland Peens, director of Winecellar.co.za and co-founder of Hemelzicht Vineyards, for more detail.

Business Day TV spoke to Roland Peens, director of Winecellar.co.za and co-founder of Hemelzicht Vineyards

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