Binissalem wineries

Price guide: Budget

Ma-13A Palma-Inca, Binissalem

Price guide: Budget

Local Manto Negro grapes
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Expert overall rating:4.7 out of 5
Value for money:
4.8
4.8
Recommended for:
Couples, Foodies, Singles, Escaping the crowds, Great views / scenery

Expert review of Binissalem wineries

One of the most exciting wine regions in Spain, and still relatively undiscovered.

OK, so there’s no formally set up tasting route such as you might find in California’s Napa Valley. But don’t let that put you off. The D.O. Binissalem-Mallorca was established in 1990 and has come a long way in the past few years. Most of the region’s 15 wineries are now happy to welcome visitors.

Price advice: 

Generally free or nominal to taste, though to buy Majorcan wines are expensive. Of course, it is good form to buy something if you like what you taste.

Expert tips: 
The annual Fira des Vi (wine festival) takes place the last week of September, a fun way to sip and swirl.
Good wineries to visit are: Vins Nadal (www.vinsnadal.net), Bodega de Macia Batle (www.maciabatle.com), Bodegas Ángel (www.bodegasangel.com), Son Prim (www.sonprim.com), Vinyes Mortitx (www.vinyesmortitx.com) and José Luis Ferrer (www.vinosferrer.com).

More information on Binissalem wineries:

Price guide:
Budget
Type:
Tour
Address:
Ma-13A Palma-Inca, Binissalem
Telephone:
971 512 191
Website:
http://www.binissalemdo.com
Months open:
All year round
Opening times:
Some more erratic than others. As a rule of thumb show up between 10am and 1pm, and you’ll probably be fine, although some of the wineries prefer you to call ahead.
Indoor/outdoor?:
Outdoor

Have you been to Binissalem wineries? Would you recommended it?