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Wine and More Wine A forum hosted by Jane to teach us about the finer things in life...

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Old 01-09-2005, 23:51
Join Date: Feb 2008
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Jane may obviously be the best person to answser this one...we are coming across to Pollensa in December for three days and having managed to leave the teenage son behind this time we will probably try to have a look around some of the wineries on the island - well, perhaps just one. Someone mentioned a while back that they thought the Ferrer winery in Binnisallem did tours and tastings.
Is this right and again, does anyone know if it is open in December?
Thanks again.
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Old 02-09-2005, 17:30
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They do have tours but not sure about December. I would have thought that the best thing to do is call or email them. I did this when we wanted to visit the Torres vineyard just outside Barcelona and they couldn't have been more helpful. I can't see the Jose L Ferrer vineyard being any different.

Found the following on another website, which might help.

"If the weather turns sour what better way to pass the day than sampling Mallorca's wine? Head off to Santa Maria to find one of the biggest bodegas on the island - Jose Ferrer. The tour costs 6 and ends with a tasting of 3 different wines in the caves. The shop is good, with interesting objets for sale such as sawn down barrels ( barrel would make an excellent coffee table!). The building dates from 1931 and the operation was expanded in 1995. Sporting the familiar orange labels, this is perhaps Mallorca's most prolific wine - but still only 20% makes it off the island. The '99 Reserva was absolutely superb at 11.89. Ferrer was the second bodega in the Binnisalem region to be awarded the 'denominacion': the first to get it couldn't be more different.
Jose L Ferrer
Tel 971 511050 - www.VinosFerrer.com"
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Old 06-09-2005, 18:39
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Default winery trips

Thanks for that Sara - only just logged on to the website again.
It sounds good and I shall give them a call.
Thanks again
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