A word formed by Mallorca (Major Island) and -ària, suffix that indicates magnitude.
Embrace the silence. Look, drink, inhale...
Mallorca wines are wise...but with energy...complex but direct, with the taste of the Mediterranean, born of long tradition and artisanship.
Distinctive grapes such as Moll, Giró Ros, Gorgollassa, Mantonegre, Fogoneu or Callet become wines that bring bottled tales from the Balearic past.
Fruit of the promised land, flowing with goodness
In the coldest months of the year the fields of Mallorca turn white….not with snow but with almond blossoms.
Then in the warmer months of the year those same almond trees bear their precious fruit.
In the knotted groves of the Tramuntaner,
the golden glow of ripening olives.
It is said that the Carthaginians conquered Mallorca by force but then occupied the Island with olive trees.
Nowadays, these evergreen trees give us their fruit and fantastic arboreal shapes, knots twisted over the centuries to embroider the island.
The sweetest seasoning,
a taste of the Mediterranean.
Archeological evidence dates the first salt works in Mallorca from the 4th Century B.C. during the Punic occupation. In Es Trenc modern man still manually harvests the most precious of the salts, the Fleur de Sal…..carried to land, dried in the sun, a gift Mare Nostrum.
What can be found in Mallorcària? Wines from Mallorca and from all over the world, craft olive oil, liqueurs, jams, almonds, salt and many other exquisite products. There is always some wine to be tasted and you can book your own wine tasting with tapas in our cozy wine cellar....