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Bodegas Jose L. Ferrer, located at the gates of the town of Binissalem and founded in 1931, has grown over time, thereby renewing its facilities with the aim of improving its quality and facilitates the development of their wines. The manufacturing...more
Nice place to see a winefarm if its the first time to see such. However its for tourists and not "romantic" as many other wine farms.
Wines howevert are very nice and we manage to order 72 bottles. So not bad after all :-)
José Ferrer founded the wine cellars 1931 in Binissalem and has a big selection white, rosé and red wines. This year I find a new cuveé with the name "DUES" from 2015, half and half Chardonay and Moll (typical Mallorcin) grapes, I try this wine...More
Great way to taste Wine from Mallorca...Although I do suggest taking the Mallorca Wine Tour if you have time to spare. It's an easier way to gain more knowledge of the wines, process and how Mallorca grapes fare to other grapes around the world.
Prior to our holiday on Majorca we had booked places on the Mallorca Wine Tours that start at the Bodega Jose Ferrer. As we arrived early we were able to have a good look around the well stocked shop adjoining the winery and we bought...More
We did not try the wine tour, but tried one of the tasting selections in the shop.
Positves: Nice wine, Nice shop, staff were positive, good selection
Negatives: Felt a bit industrialized (touristy), not personalized (set tasting menu), little interaction With staff (should be interaction...More
Spent a pleasant hour having a brief tour of the bodega followed by a tasting with our knowledgeable host Miquel. This cost €10 per person. We tried 2 reds and a white, with great explanations, then Miquel kindly let us have a taste of their...More
We booked a private tour which began with a tour of the old building and then the new building which houses the current wine production. The tour was expertly led by Catalina who was both knowledgeable and funny. We then tasted five wines which demonstrated...More
Interesting tour around the original and new cellars showing the differences between the 1931 and 1996 production methods. New insights into the differences between ages and quality of wines, even sizes of bottles. Well worth a visit.
I contacted the Jose L. Ferrer winery by email a few days ahead of our planned visit to see if it was possible to visit them - their reply came very promptly, and they were happy to arrange a visit for us. Apparently you have...More