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The wine

20/03/2015
A toast that tastes of Ibiza
If you are going to make a toast to your vacation, order an Ibizan wine and drink the essence of the island. It is not in vain that the grapevines grow in our valleys since the 7th century BC when the Fenicians introduced their cultivation. Wine production in Ibiza was affected by the phylloxera plague that raged across Europe towards the end of the 19th century and finally reached the island, and production did not resume at commercial scale until de 90s. From that moment onwards the island has the geographical indication Vinos de la Tierra de Ibiza, mostly produced in the valley of Sant Mateu within the municipality of Sant Antoni. The territory includes the vineyards and wine cellars Can Rich, Can Maymó and Sa Cova, whose wines can be bought in many shops. Ibizan red wine is produced using monastrell grapes and the bouquet includes ripe fruit and thyme, whereas white wine uses the grape varieties malvasía, chardonnay and moscatel.

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