Videoclip The blood

Videoclip “The blood” by Sion Capçana for DO Binissalem. the poet recites from the heart the values ​​that define the DO Binissalem.

Barefoot on the mud

Harvesting blood

“The Blood” by Sion Capçana for DO Binissalem

Videoclip The blood

Ripe grapes, deep bucket

We get all the juice out, we’re pretty stubborn

We want the best as a tribute

For our shield

Because they are present in every vintage

the generations that have already left

the hands that aged

the tradition from which everything emanates

We are five villages, which add up to one

A commitment to a longing

Remove gold from a red berry

Giró ros and Manto negro

Callet, Moll, Gargollassa

And at every step

A winery that is a candy

Barefoot on the mud

Harvesting blood

The one that runs inside us

And the one that springs from boots

We come from the countryside

Modern as ever

But always the field

Binissalem Designation of Origin

On Earth, Vine and Wine

We owe him everything

Videoclip The blood. Translated by Jason Moore


Wine Days 2021, our pure satisfaction and that of our collaborators, for the successful participation in the programmed activities; and the satisfaction of the participants, for the expressions of gratitude they have given us on completing the different experiences of the Wine Days programme, now in its eighth edition. Mediterranean Wine Tourism

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Do you fancy a wine?

Some days off and a lot of desire to do things. !Don’t even think about it, come to the DO Binissalem wineries! Here you will find all the information you need to visit wineries or to order your wine on line. Contact first.

You can arrive by train or by car to Santa Maria del Camí, Consell, Binissalem, Sencelles or Santa Eugènia. Once there, you can walk through the village, through the countryside and visit the wineries to discover your favorite wine.

Spring changes the color of Mallorca, now greener and more colorful, for the leaves of the almond trees, the cereal fields and the vegetation and wild flowers that grow everywhere.

On the way to the area of DO Binissalem, you will be accompanied by a spring landscape that begins to change the appearance of the vines, until now peeled, and now with the first green shoots.

You will be accompanied on this trip by the singing of the birds, the ringing of church bells, the sounds of the countryside and the aromas of wine that are going to conquer you.



In winter it is time to prune the vines, with care. The plant is plunged into winter stagnation and the winter environmental conditions allow pruning cuts with a low risk of desiccation or infection.

In winter, the vineyard looks messy, with long, leafless shoots waiting patiently to be pruned.

Pruning is a cultural practice in the vine cycle carried out from the end of November to March. It is very laborious and done by specialized personnel.

The pruning of the vineyard allows defining the productive potential of the plant, and must be adapted to the characteristics of each grape variety, fundamentally, on the fertility of its buds, being able to opt for short pruning or long or mixed pruning.

Video: M. Torres

A very important aspect of pruning is to perform it with not only productive criteria, but also physiological and health, trying on the one hand, to respect the conduction of the sap, without abruptly interrupting the functionality of the vascular tissue and at the same time, making cuts that avoid the drying of the buds.

On the other hand, the most aggressive pruning cuts must be protected with a fungicide product, to avoid the penetration of harmful agents such as fungi that can develop wood diseases that are difficult to treat later.

Finally, pruning must be adjusted to the edaphoclimatic conditions of the area and must guarantee a correct balance between vegetative development and productive capacity to achieve optimal levels of grape and wine quality.

Pruning is therefore an essential action in the management of the vineyard that allows preserving the vitality of the vines, guaranteeing, through its correct performance, a long life to the vineyard. At the same time, it is a fundamental tool to improve the quality of the grapes and the wines produced.

Vine pruning-DO Binissalem-Foto: M. Torres


Enoturismo Mallorca DO Binissalem

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Wine in Mallorca

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Mallorca vine growing and wine making.

Denomination of Origin Binissalem (DO), for many people, the best wines on the island.

The island of Mallorca offers among all its paradisiacal values, a wonderful gastronomic and wine-growing offer. A great variety of grapes marked by the characteristics of the soil and the climate, led in character, history and quality by the DO Binissalem wines.

The cultivation of vineyards and winemaking in Mallorca was introduced by the Romans in the s. I B.C. Since the introduction of the cultivation of the vineyard, in 121 B.C., the vine has always been cultivated and wine has been made in the region of DO Binissalem. In the 1st century BC., Plinio talks about Balearic wines, comparing them with the best of Italy. Even during the period of Muslim domination, despite the Koranic prohibitions, the vine was cultivated and wine was made, as confirmed by the Liber maiolichinus, in which
it is related the invasion of Muslim Mallorca by the Pisan troops “who satiated thirst with the wine of the Saracens”. The Arab Beni Abet, offered Jaime I, when he conquered Mallorca, in 1230, “grapes of excellent quality”.
The cultivation of the vine in the region has gone through moments of splendor and others of decline related to the pre-phylloxera and post-phylloxera stages, the Spanish Civil War and the tourist “boom” of the sixties, with a new resurgence at the end of the decade of the eighties. Since then, there has been continued growth in the sector.

Currently, the wine sector represents one of the most successful economic activities, being a sector with an important weight within the agri-food sector. In recent years, the vineyard area and the number of wineries have increased significantly on the Island. Many young people, once trained in agronomy, viticulture and oenology, have started wine-making projects, although there are also many foreign investors, often non-professionals, who have seen in the production of wine an added value to their social status.
The grape varieties grown in Mallorca authorized for vinification are the local ones: Manto Negro, Callet, Fogoneu, Gorgollassa, Escursac, Monastrell, Moll, Prensal Blanc Giró Ros, Malvasía Aromática, Malvasía de Banyalbufar, Moscatel de Alejandría, Moscatel de Grano Menudo and the foreign Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Garnacha Blanca, Garnacha Tinta, Macabeo, Viura, Merlot, Parellada, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Tempranillo, Viognier.
Several levels of wine protection coexist in Mallorca such as Protected Geographical Indications (PGI) and Protected Designations of Origin (PDO): IGP Illes Balears, IGP Vi de la Terra Mallorca, IGP Serra de Tramuntana-Costa Nord, DO Pla i Llevant and DO Binissalem .

In 1990 the Binissalem DO was recognized, the first DO in Mallorca and the second in the Balearic Islands, after the Queso Mahón-Menorca PDO. The DO Binissalem was created by the need to protect the wines made in the region, from those that came from the main land.

Since then, the DO Binissalem has opted for local grape varieties: Manto negro, Callet, Gargollassa, Moll, Giró ros…, which have made it possible to produce unique wines, achieving high quality standards.
With a privileged location, near the Serra de Tramuntana and protected by it, the 600 hectares of vineyards registered in the DO Binissalem grow. They belong to the municipalities of Santa Maria del Camí, Consell, Binissalem, Santa Eugenia and Sencelles, beautiful villages from the interior of Mallorca with its own architecture, place names and winemaking tradition.

The climatic and soil conditions, together with the local grape varieties, give rise to a grape of excellent quality, which makes it possible to produce fruity wines, with a Mediterranean character, with the expression of varietal nuances and aromas of native grapes and of the terroir, which make them singular and unique.

The grape varieties authorized in the DO Binissalem are the red varieties: Manto Negro, Callet, Gargollassa, Monastrell, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah; and the white varieties: Moll or Prensal Blanc, Moscatel, Giró Ros, Parellada, Macabeo and Chardonnay.

Red wines always include the Manto Negro variety, with a minimum of 30%, and white wines, the Moll or Moscatel variety with a minimum of 50%.

The DO Binissalem has wineries with more than 80 years of history. A total of 11 wineries that protect wines in the DO Binissalem with the labels among which are: (Anaros from Son Roig, Blanc de Blancs, Veritas Roig, Vinyes Velles or Pedra de Binissalem from Bodegas José L. Ferrer; Carmesí, Buc or AmicAmat from Jaume de Puntiró; Albaflor or Raff110 from Vins Nadal; Montnegre or Gran Padrina from Vinyes i Vins Ca Sa Padrina; Llacó or Serral from Can Ramis; Lluor or Torrent Fals from Vinya Taujana; 88 or Goig from Ramanyà; Encobeït, Llampant or Brodat from Sebastià Pastor; Supernova or Can Verdura from Can Verdura Viticultors and Memòries de Biniagual, Verán or Gran Verán from Bodega Biniagual).

Tranquil white, rosé and red wines, dry or sweet, and sparkling white and rosé wines, highly appreciated on the island and available in the best food stores and in the best restaurants.
Those in charge of these wineries, owners, oenologists, vine growers such as: Sebastià Pastor, Toni Ramis, Esperanza Nadal, Charlotte Miller, Juan and Sebastià Crespí, Tomeu Llabrés, José Luis Roses and Pepe Roses, Germán Albertí, Pere Calafat, Guillem and Andreu Suñer, Pere Llabrés, produce quality wines in modern facilities and technology, without forgetting the legacy of their ancestors.

In a place like Mallorca and in a wine region like DO Binissalem, to speak of wine tourism is to speak of heritage, culture, traditions, wine, gastronomy and landscape.

The Wine Route will guide you through paths, wineries, vineyards, towns and villages, a unique landscape, different in each season of the year, which will allow you to discover an unknown Mallorca. A touristic proposal to enjoy at any time of the year.

Design your own route, visiting one or more wineries, towns, cultural centres, markets … and enjoying the offer of local gastronomy.
You can enjoy visits to vineyards and wineries with wine tasting, as well as other activities offered by the wineries. For this, a prior reservation is necessary. During the visit you will have the opportunity to taste and purchase a wide variety of wines.

The winemaking importance of the towns that make up the Binissalem Denomination of Origin is tangible, old and deeply rooted. Wine has sculpted our landscape, our architecture and our culture. You will find the mark left by the Romans, the Arabs and the Catalans in the place names, in the roads and in the architecture. Monuments and churches, museums and houses of culture, talayotic remains, stone houses, old wineries…

Our rich and varied gastronomy is based on the Mediterranean diet, on the local and seasonal products present in the traditional cuisine and, also, on the modern avant-garde cuisine, which you will find in the region and its surroundings.

One of the pleasures that nature gives us is walking along the paths enjoying the landscape offered by the vineyards of the Binissalem Denomination of Origin region, where the wine culture was introduced through the Roman civilization and left its mark on each one of the towns of the island, as well as on many roads traced at that time.

We invite you to enter a labyrinth of paths traced on the map, which will lead you through a surprising landscape of almond, carob, olive, fig and vine trees, with panoramic views of the Serra de Tramuntana.

The cultivation of the vine offers a whole world of sensations that can be discovered in each of the seasons of the year.

The dormant vine needs the care of man, who pampers it and prepares it to bear fruit; it’s time to prune.
The explosion of the senses, emotions and aromas arrives when the vines begin to give life to the landscape and flowering begins; those little glimpses of vineyard life. Later, green pruning will take place to remove the most superfluous leaves.
The sunsets turn the fields into green seas. The end of the summer will come with the harvesting of the grapes and the smell of harvested grapes in the villages.
The vines are dressed in a thousand colors, green, yellow, red, gray. It is the time of well-deserved rest after having given the precious fruit.


¿Do you like to travel and get to know places where vines are grown and wines are made, discover unique wines, get to know local grape varieties, visit vineyards and wineries, impregnate with the scents of the landscape, get lost on roads and trails discovering towns and villages, talk with the local people, discover the local gastronomy that you will always accompany with a local wine…? Sometimes the closest and most accessible is the most unknown. ¿Have you yet discovered the winemaking history of Mallorca?

Mallorca is an Island known for its beautiful coastal or high mountain landscapes, but not so much for its rural inland landscape, for its vineyards or for its wines. The Binissalem Denomination of Origin, with 30 years of history, was the first Denomination of Origin in Mallorca. It has a long winemaking tradition that dates back to the first century. It enjoys an excellent location, where the soil and climate, together with the native grape varieties, result in wines of differentiated quality, with a Mediterranean character, which accompany the rich and varied local cuisine.
Getting away from the hustle and bustle and strolling through the streets of the towns, getting to know their people and their history, participating in the festivals, enjoying the local cuisine or strolling through a market are some of the attractions of the DO Binissalem region.
In the five municipalities that make up the Denomination of Origin Binissalem, Santa Maria del Camí, Consell, Binissalem, Santa Eugènia and Sencelles, you will discover the trace of our ancestors who never stopped cultivating the vineyard and making wine throughout history.

The Sierra de Tramuntana, the highest mountain range on the island, is the backdrop to the DO Binissalem, which it protects from cold north winds and frost. Quaternary calcareous sediments make up stony soils, where the vine grows in harmony with other woody plants, almond trees, carob trees, olive trees and wild olive trees … The autochthonous varieties, Manto negro, Callet, Moll, Giró ros, Gargollassa … express in their fruits the essence of the natural environment where they are grown, giving rise to expressive wines, with a lot of character and high quality.

The work in the vineyard is multiple and complex, it requires knowledge of the soil, the climate and the grape varieties to obtain the maximum quality of the fruit. Winter pruning, tillage of the land, spring green treatments and pruning, control of production and ripening when the harvest approaches…
The grapes grown with care and care by the vine growers, in small areas that make up the landscape of the region. Wines are produced in the wineries distributed in the 5 municipalities of the DO Binissalem.

Wineries with history and charm and magical vineyards, which you can enjoy as a couple, as a family or with friends in a unique experience, which transforms the visitor into the protagonist of the proposed activities.
You can visit the wineries and vineyards enjoying some of the activities they offer, guided tours, tastings, pairings, workshops, concerts … where you will discover the history of Mallorca wine.
The oenologists and, many times, owners of the small wineries, will explain, their history, how they cultivate the vines and make the wines. Whites, rosés, young reds, aged reds, sparkling wines and some sweet wines. Discover the nuances of the local varieties and the “terroir” in each bottle of wine.

Pruning a vineyard, having lunch or dinner among vines makes the wines transmit the aromas and flavors of the landscape and the land; Taste the native varieties, Mantonegro, Callet, Moll, Giró ros, Gargollassa … unique and singular;

Visit the wineries and move between tanks and barrels, perceiving the aromas of the wine making and the wood where they are refined until the desired quality is achieved; Directed tastings or courses to get started in the world of wine to understand what each wine tells us, each drop; Enjoy culture, always hand in hand with wine, theater, music, art…; Letting yourself be guided by the peoples who tell us about other cultures, Romans, Arabs … through their architecture, their names, their legends and their people; Live the popular festivals always accompanied by our own gastronomy where we toast with wine, the wine that joins us.

Visiting a vineyard at sunset is a unique experience; it is discovering the calm and the light of inland Mallorca, the different aromas of the countryside in each season of the year.

According to the Mediterranean diet, wine is considered one more food. A food that consumed in moderation is healthy, due to its chemical composition rich in antioxidants. Wine is part of our culture, traditions and festivals. Wine is present in architecture, literature, painting, sculpture and is present in the landscape and gastronomy of Mallorca.
The local gastronomy, rich and varied, is, without a doubt, the best accompaniment to DO Binissalem wines. “Frito mallorquín, “Sopas mallorquinas”, “fideus de vermar”, “arròs amb salseta”, “variat”, “porcella rostida”, “aguiat de pop”, “llom amb col” “arròs de peix” “tumbet”, trampó, “coca de prebes torrats” and an incredible seafood gastronomy are some of the most traditional dishes that you cannot miss, without forgetting sweet dishes such as “ensaimada”, “gató”, “cremadillo”, almond ice cream, greixonera de brossat , coca amb albercoc, cardinal, “cuarto embetumat” … ideal to finish a meal.
In addition, you will also discover seasonal cuisine and local products, avant-garde cuisine, of most of the renowned local chefs and, you will find the right wine for each savoury or sweet dish!

The approach to wineries and wines in events held in emblematic places to enjoy magical moments .

And learn from first hand that, “Wine Days” are “all days” and that there is a story in each bottle of wine and a wine for each story.

We invite you to know our history, so that are going to be your history, too.


Celebrate it with responsability!

Surely, this year Sant Joan celebration will be different, but do not forget to celebrate it, with little but good company, and toast with our wines. Wines made with local varieties of vines that have been pampered and cared for by several generations of winegrowers, who have worked to maintain this interior landscape, which transmits a history of wine culture and natural heritage.
Happy Sant Joan for everyone!




The Denomination of Origin (DO) Mahón-Menorca, DO Binissalem, DO Oli de Mallorca, DO Oliva de Mallorca, DO Pla i Llevant and Protected Geographical Indications: IGP Sobrasada de Mallorca and IGP Vino de la Tierra Mallorca, represent the main quality brands  of gastronomic products  and wines from the Balearic Islands.

Representing most of the agricultural, livestock and industrial sector of the Balearic Islands. these quality brands took the path of certifying their geographical differentiation and European recognition, with the aim of guaranteeing quality to consumers. A quality seal means tradition, uniqueness and sustainability factors which are in harmony with all the processes and guarantee the highest quality.  This, added to the values of local product, the conservation and recovery of the rural landscape of our Islands and in the framework of a sustainable economic activity which employs thousands of producers and processors. Behind each seal, there is a lot of work, effort, quality, tradition, history and cultural and gastronomic value.

Quality products are the heritage of the society where they are produced, so they must be known and appreciated by consumers. They are all part of the gastronomy of the Balearic Islands, totally integrated into traditional and avant-garde gastronomy and pair perfectly.


On these dates, we would be living the reference event in wine tourism in Mallorca, from May 7 to 17, the 7th Edition of Wine Days-DO Binissalem was scheduled, but this year it has not been possible, like so many parties, fairs and scheduled events.
However, we don’t want to miss the opportunity that you can enjoy a walk through a different Wine Days, a virtual tour that will take you to visit the region of DO Binissalem, Santa Maria del Camí, Consell, Binissalem, Santa Eugènia and Sencelles, visit its vineyards and its wineries, tastings, workshops, guided tours … A preview so that we can celebrate again very soon!