How about putting a well on it?
It depends. Local regulations may or may not allow it. And you can not count on water flow.
For what it is worth, many of the wells where I live are now essentially "condemned" because of old or illegally installed "bottomless" septic tanks that have resulted in E. coli in the ground water. And I know of some who have gone dry because of reduced local rainfall.
I wouldn't want to live on a country vineyard, but having one would be a fun project.
My wife and I have had our vineyards here for 17 years. You either have it as a hobby and do yourself, hire someone to do it and they take all the grapes, or you do it as a business.
Could I hire a local family to live on it and produce from it?
Yes, you can hire someone to work/caretaker the property, but they will not live there. Not worth it for them.
And if you are not in control of the wine making process, you may be disappointed with the results. Wine making standards in small plots are rather low here.
And I looked at the property mentioned above: not in an ideal wine making region. Hobby wine only.