With suitable land and a similar climate to the South of France, Spain and Italy, it should be no surprise that Mallorca possesses optimal vine growing conditions. Local wine is protected under two 'Denominació d'Origen' (DO) or appellation of origin, Binissalem and Pla i Llevant, and several regulated 'Vi de la Terra' labels (the equivalent of 'Regional Wine').
|Popular Wine Areas & Vineyards in Mallorca|
|DO Binissalem||Bodegas Antonio Nadal, Bodegas José L. Ferrer, Celler Albaflor Vins Nadal, Celler Can Ramis, Vinya Taujana, Celler Sebastiá Pastor, Bodega Biniagual|
|DO Pla i Llevant||Finca Es Fangar, Bodegas Bordoy, Butxet Viticultors, Pere Seda Vinyes i Bodegues, Vi d'Auba, Miquel Oliver Vinyes i Bodegues, Armero i Adrover Vinicultors|
|Vi de la Terra Mallorca||Bodegas Angel, Bodega Ribas, Bodegues Macià Batle, Bodega Son Campaner, Castell Miquel, Jaume Mesquida, Celler Son Prim, Ca'n Vidalet, Es Verger, Anima Negra|
Having some of the most famous ‘Old Wine’ regions in the world as its neighbours, Mallorca’s wine has a lot to live up to. The 21st century has seen its wine industry flourish, the reason why you might not have come across any of the island's wine yet is that Mallorcan wines aren’t typically exported. Yes, that’s right, since they’ve been producing the good stuff, they have been keeping it for themselves and the millions of tourists the island attracts each year.