Bay Area vineyard with 300-plus acres lands local real estate buyer

GILROY — A big Gilroy vineyard totaling more than 300 acres has been bought by a group of local buyers.

The San Jose-based buying group paid $7.8 million for San Ysidro Vineyards, which is located along Pacheco Pass Highway in Gilroy, according to documents filed on Aug. 11 at the Santa Clara County Recorder’s Office.

San Ysidro Vineyards produces grapes for both red and white wines.

The buying group is an affiliate of San Jose-based Valuable Capital Investment Architecture, state and county business records show. The principal executives are Fremont-based Shan Liu, San Jose-based Tianxing Wang and Richmond-based Yu Yan, state and business documents show.

The just-sold San Ysidro Vineyards, located at 3385 Pacheco Passway Highway east of Gilroy, totals about 310 acres, documents at the County Assessor’s Office show.

The buyers obtained $3.2 million in financing for the purchase from Utah-based lender Tycor Management, according to the county real estate records.

The seller was San Ysidro Vineyards, a unit of United California Citrus, an agriculture company based in the Fresno County city of Sanger.

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