Bodega Son Vives

Serra de Tramuntana

High on the hill at the southern entrance to the village, this small winery has cellar-door tastings and sales in summer. It offers a number of fusion wines, but its best drop comes from the locally grown malvasia grape. Son Vives also produces olive oil.

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