Read about women I admire in Mallorca's gastronomy and hospitality industry.
Read about the beautiful hamlet of Biniagual and its winery.
Discover a bodega making lighter wines that are perfect for summer.
Wineries and hotels are among those businesses that have their own-brand extra virgin olive oil.
Take a look at Mallorca's oldest winery too...
Petit Hotel Son Arnau is one of a growing number of stylish boutique hotels in rural Mallorca. On the edge of the village of Selva (just a couple of kilometres from Inca), it opened at the beginning of 2014 and is run by Alex and Susan Terry. You can read their story in my article for abcMallorca here: http://issuu.com/abc-llorca.com/docs/76th_abcmallorca_summer_edition/79?e=0 Dinner at Petit Hotel Son Arnau Although the hotel dining room is not open to the public, we were lucky […]
Healthy vines lead to healthier wines. That’s not just rhetoric for the Mallorcan winemaker Bàrbara Mesquida Mora – whose wines are the result of vineyards made healthy through biodynamic cultivation. Celler Mesquida Mora is a relatively new winery (started in 2012), but Bàrbara brought a barrelful of experience to her own project – having run her family’s winery with her brother Jaume for some years. It was during that time that the siblings discovered the benefits of […]
If you want to discover Mallorcan wines, a visit to the Fira del Vi, held in the Cloisters of Santo Domingo in Pollensa, is a must. This annual spring event usually takes place two weeks after Easter, and brings together around half of the island’s 70-or-so bodegas, whose wines are available for tasting by the fair’s visitors – who include wine professionals as well as those who just love drinking the stuff. The Fira del Vi was first held […]
If you're visiting Mallorca, be sure to try a 'coca'. Find out more about it here.
How to celebrate Thanksgiving on Mallorca with private chef Ross Hutchison.