May 07, 2015
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In addition to Majorca’s landscapes, tourist offer and extraordinary quality of life, our island is known for its rich and tasty cuisine. In recent years, another very concrete offer is gaining notoriety: local wine.

As is widely know, mainland Spain is a world leader in terms of denomination of origin wine production, like Rioja and Ribera del Duero, but Majorca also offers an interesting selection of wineries. Over the years, their efforts have been rewarded with a respectable market presencePollença demonstrates its fondness for wine by holding the “Fira del Vi de Pollença”, which has held its 12th edition this year. This event of great importance brings together the best wineries on the island and visitors can sample the wide range of Majorcan wines.

In Pollença, you’ll also find a few wineries that offer interesting products besides wines (white and red), such as the Bodegas Can Vidalet, who also produce gin and a very original "Majorcan mojito".

The Mortix wineries, located between Lluc and Pollença, are 16 hectares of beautiful vineyards that produce red, white, and rosé wines, as well as some delicious sweet wines.

Our beautiful island also offers several wineries of great international prestige, such as Macià Batle, a reference when it comes to Majorcan wines. Jaime Mesquida wines have been one of the most popular in Spain, appearing in the best international guides and occupying a privileged place in restaurant cellars.

We also have wineries that only use organic grapes, such as Jaume de Puntiró, and the owners of Vins Nadal wineries, producers of the Albaflor, combine musical performances in their cellars while visitors taste their wines.

If you’re planning on visiting the island, be sure to enjoy one of our villas in Majorca, as well as taking the opportunity to savour delicious wines with spectacular Mediterranean flavours.

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