Bodega Biniagual is a family run business dedicated to producing quality wines from traditional grape varieties, on land which has cultivated vines dating back to the 13th century. Located in the heart of Binissalem, the small village of Biniagual was renowned for its wine production until the phylloxera plague destroyed most of the vines at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1999, the current owners replanted the estate with vines and they started producing wine once again in 2002. Bodega Biniagual covers 34 hectares, where indigenous Majorcan varieties such as Mantonegro and Prensal flourish alongside international varieties. Cutting edge technology is used in the winery to beautifully craft modern wines that truly reflect their terroir.