NORTH FORK, NY — The iconic Martha Clara Vineyards and the North Fork’s “Big E Farm” has been sold — the property sold for $15 million to the Rivero-González family, a prominent Mexican wine producer, according to the Corcoran Group.
The deal was handled by Corcoran’s agent Sheri Winter Clarry.
The Rivero-González family is from Parras, Coahuila. María Rivero, CEO of the acquisition, commented on the sale: “The Rivero-González family has 15 years of experience in the Mexican wine industry and is excited about this acquisition, which will help the members of the family expand their interests beyond Mexico. Likewise, the Riveros are willing to work with the local community in order to encourage and enhance the legacy of the former owners of Martha Clara Winery in a successful way.”
The 205-acre farm, containing the award-winning Martha Clara Winery, has 113 acres under vine. There are 15 buildings, including nine barns, a wine club gallery, event gallery, tasting room, culinary education center and thee cottages, as well as a manor house, the release said.