Son Bordils cellar

Son Bordils cellar

The Son Bordils Farm in Inca dates backs to the year 1433. The farm was already producing wine in the 15th century, and its greatest splendor was lived during the second half of the 19th century when it became one of the three top producers of the area, exporting wine to France (whose vineyards had been razed by phylloxera).The agricultural activities of the farm began once again in 1991, and a total of 36 hectares have been replanted since 1996.

Open to the public Monday to Friday between 10am and 6pm.


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  • The Son Bordils Farm in Inca dates backs to the year 1433. The farm was already producing wine in the 15th century, and its greatest splendor was lived during the second half of the 19th century when it became one of the three top producers of the area, exporting wine to France (whose vineyards had been razed by phylloxera).The agricultural activities of the farm began once again in 1991, and a total of 36 hectares have been replanted since 1996.

    Open to the public Monday to Friday between 10am and 6pm.

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