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Galmes i Ribot wine cellars

Mallorcan wines are now considered to be among the best in Spain, so why not come and learn all about them at a working vineyard? The Rotes dels Cavallers estate is situated in rolling countryside between the villages of Petra and Santa Margalida in the agricultural heartland of the island. The wines produced at this relatively young wine cellar have already made a big impression on wine connoisseurs and this guided visit and wine-tasting session is ideal for anyone with an interest in wine. The area around Santa Margalida has a strong wine and grape-growing tradition, dating back to the 17th Century. The estate of Rotes dels Cavallers, at present belongs to the Ribot Galmes family, who after having grown dessert grapes for three generations, in 1997 decided to totally reconvert their land back to the production of red and white wines of superlative quality. This was without doubt a daunting challenge but is one that all members of the family have risen to with dedication and enthusiasm. No efforts are spared to obtain the desired quality. The process begins with strict control in the production and ripening of the grape to ascertain the ideal moment for the harvest. This task is carried out by hand, in crates: it is the moment when the first selection of the grape takes place which is subsequently followed by a second selection at the bodega. You’ll be able to taste the wines from the bodega accompanied by products Taste our wines accompanied by products traditionally made on small family farms with organic production. Mallorcan wines are now considered to be among the best in Spain, so why not come and learn all about them at a working vineyard? The Rotes dels Cavallers estate is situated in rolling countryside between the villages of Petra and Santa Margalida in the agricultural heartland of the island. The wines produced at this relatively young wine cellar have already made a big impression on wine connoisse Start/opening time: Monday to Friday from 9am to 1.30pm and from 3pm to 7pm.

Languages: English, German and Spanish.