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Less Wine in Mallorca

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As a direct result of the weather pattern last year, 2007 has seen a considerable decrease in wine production in Mallorca, we were informed by the press.

A lack of rain in 2007 (at the appropriate times) is blamed for a reduced harvest of grapes which will lead to less wine for sale later this year, and over the next two years.

But there is good news as well.

Even though there was less wine last year, the wine produced was of a good quality in 2007.

And: there are now 64 wine bodegas in Mallorca, when there were only 18 some ten years ago.

The photo was taken near Ca’s Concos des Cavallers, Felanitx, Mallorca, Spain. The date: February 19th, 2008. The time was 13:37:42.

1 reply »

  1. Hello!
    I really enjoy your Mallorca Photoblog and wanted to say thanks for the beautiful photos.
    Say, are there still almond trees in bloom? I am German and we are coming to Mallorca next week and I think we will be too late.
    Thanks, Nicole

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