Despite the town's allusion to bigness - Grootdrink is a little more than a small town in the nether reaches of the Northern Cape on the N10, about 70km from Upington. With the promise of good wine, peace and quiet with beautiful scenery - think red sand and quiver trees - comes to mind with staying up here in the southern Kalahari landscape. Grootdrink has more than earned its stripes as a place worthy of a visit. Vineyards flourish along the banks of the Orange River and the vines are in stark contrast to the largely dry vicinity. This particular property is a well-situated irrigation farm in this spectacular landscape. This area is well known for deep fertile soil and is ideal to produce grapes, cash crops and Pecan nuts. What makes this area on the banks of the Orange River such a favorite is the abundant irrigation water (15 000 Cubic meter canal water) at a relatively low cost and low risk regarding frost. This farm of 11.9 ha with canal water listing of 11 ha is currently in production of grapes (wine and raisins) and lucerne. Breakdown: A.Grapes Sultanna of 1.46 ha (1970). Steen of 1.64 ha (1997) Merbein of 1.75 ha (1997) Merbein of 1.46 ha (2012/2013) Colombard of 1.46 ha (2005) Total: 7.77 ha B. Lucerne of 3 ha (2018) The property has vacant land of 9.88 ha located opposite the fields. On this area there is just old building not in use anymore. The property is sold as a going concern with certain implements included.