Antonio Nadal Ros cellar

Antonio Nadal Ros cellar

Antonio Nadal Bodegas y Viñedos is a family winery founded by D. Antonio Nada Ros, pharmacist and analyst by trade. His great dedication and perseverance to his work were key in allowing him to be ahead of his time, and to appreciate the beauty and passion that surround the world of winegrowing.

After purchasing the Son Roig Farm in 1960, Don Antonio Nadal Ros began producing his wines in 1968, and became part of the Binissalem Designation of Origin with the number 1 in 1989.Ever since, he has been incorporating modern oenological techniques that, combined with traditional methods, have allowed him to produce wines with their own particular personalities.

If you are interested in visiting the Bodegas, come to our farm Monday to Friday between 9am and 1pm in the mornings, and 4pm and 6pm in the afternoons.You can also visit the cellar on Saturdays and Sundays, although we recommend you previously make an appointment calling (+34) 630 914 511.


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  • Antonio Nadal Bodegas y Viñedos is a family winery founded by D. Antonio Nada Ros, pharmacist and analyst by trade. His great dedication and perseverance to his work were key in allowing him to be ahead of his time, and to appreciate the beauty and passion that surround the world of winegrowing.

    After purchasing the Son Roig Farm in 1960, Don Antonio Nadal Ros began producing his wines in 1968, and became part of the Binissalem Designation of Origin with the number 1 in 1989.Ever since, he has been incorporating modern oenological techniques that, combined with traditional methods, have allowed him to produce wines with their own particular personalities.

    If you are interested in visiting the Bodegas, come to our farm Monday to Friday between 9am and 1pm in the mornings, and 4pm and 6pm in the afternoons.You can also visit the cellar on Saturdays and Sundays, although we recommend you previously make an appointment calling (+34) 630 914 511.

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