Bodega Finca Biniagual – a Family-Owned Winery in the Binissalem Region of Mallorca
Bodega Finca Biniagual is a family winery located in the famous wine-producing Binissalem region of Mallorca. The villagehas been a prominent wine growing area for centuries, but the owner of Bodega Finca Biniagual WInery bought the estate in 1968. Since 2002, the winery has been producing wine again. Bodega Finca Biniagual Winery is in a small village consisting of a chapel and fourteen homes. the winery consists of a vast vineyard with almost thirty-four hectares of land. Apart from vineyards,Bodega Finca Biniagual owns almond and olive trees, sheep, cereal fields, and cattle. Seasonal fruits such as lemons and clementines also grow here. All of these features contribute to Bodega Finca Biniagual’s distinct Mallorcan countryside filled with natural and rural beauty.
Bodega Finca Biniagual Winery utilizes all natural and organic methods in their vineyard managment practices to ensure protection of the beautiful Mallorcan lands.
Mantonegro, Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat d’Alexandrie, and Chardonnay at the Winery
A lot of hard work goes into the production of Bodega Finca Biniagual’s high-quality wines. The areahas been producing vines for many centuries, as the soil is perfect for grape cultivation. All-natural and organic methods go into their viticultural and winemaking processes. September is the harvesting season, as they select the best bunch of grapes and transport them to the winery for further porcessing. Typical grape varieties growd include Mantonegro, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Viognier, Muscat d’Alexandrie, and Chardonnay. To obtain the best quality red, rosé, and white wine, Bodega Finca Biniagual Winery reduces its production every year.
Old Oak Barrels forMaturation and Aging
The grapes are kept cool in refrigerated steel tanks so that there is no damage or unnecessary premature extraction. Fermentation is done at an optimum temperature, and the wine is placed in old oak barrels for almost two years. Aging is done for six more months once the wine is in the bottles.