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Bodegas Ribas

The island wines from Mallorca have been blessed for years with high quality and Mediterranean charm. Along with Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it is above all the indigenous varieties such as Mantonegro, Gargollassa, Callet and Prensal blanc, that make Mallorca a true “treasure island”. Grapes that exist only here reflect the unmistakable character of this unique wine island. 

The Ribas winery in Consell has been preserving these Mallorcan treasures for more than 300 years. It is the oldest winery on the island, and it features a stately mansion from the 18th century. The first vines were planted by Pedro Ribas in 1711. There are now 40 hectares, located approximately 150 metres above sea level, on sandy, calcareous and sometimes very stony soils, which are farmed with certified organic methods. 

White wines from Bodegas Ribas

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Ribas blanco 2021

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml

Rosé wines from Bodegas Ribas

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Ribas rosado 2021

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml

Red wines from Bodegas Ribas

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Sió 2019

VdT, Ribas, 1500 ml
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Sió 2019

VdT, Ribas, 3000 ml
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Ribas de Cabrera 2018

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml
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Parker 88 Points
Sió 2017

Sió 2017

VdT, Ribas, 6000 ml

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Ribas de Cabrera 2018

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml
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Parker 88 Points
Sió 2017

Sió 2017

VdT, Ribas, 6000 ml
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Sió 2019

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml
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Ribas Negre 2018

VdT, Ribas, 750 ml

It is run by the siblings Xavier and Araceli Ribas under the watchful eye of their mother, María Antonia Oliver. Araceli learned her trade from Bob Levi at the world-famous Harlan estate in Napa Valley and from René Barbier, one of the great pioneers of the Priorat, while Xavier gained experience in France and New Zealand.  

Ribas strongly promotes the indigenous grape Mantonegro and is working on its improvement through selection. It is not easy to tame. The maturity is not uniform, the harvest taking consequently a great deal of time. The oldest vines are over 80 years old. Thanks to strict yield regulation, the Mantonegro produces a full-fledged, elegant wine. In the assemblage with varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, exceptional blends with structure and character are produced. 

 

Producer

Domaine de Ferrand

Domaine de Ferrand

Philippe Bravay represents the fourth generation of the family that owns Domaine de Ferrand. The winery can be traced back to the 17th century. Philippe’s parents sold the grapes to wine merchants. But he decided to press and bottle his own wine.

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Rusden Wines / Christine & Dennis Canute

Rusden Wines / Christine & Dennis Canute

RUSDEN WINES - At home in the New World, stylistically entirely in the Old World 

In 1979 Christine and Dennis Canute bought 40 hectares of run-down vineyards on white sand and clay soil in the heart of the Barossa Valley. The original plan was to run the winery as a hobby alongside family and work.

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Domaine de Cabasse

Domaine de Cabasse

This winery with its idyllic country hotel and restaurant is situated amidst vines between the towns of Séguret and Sablet, a half-hour drive from Orange, or Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The origins of the Domaine de Cabasse date back to when the Papal seat was in Avignon. Over time, the original Italian name Casa Bassa (the house below the village) became Cabasse.

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