Galmes Ribot cellar

Galmes Ribot cellar

Although the last bodegas in Santa Margalida had been closing throughout the XX century, the municipality is located in a geographical area with enormous winegrowing tradition. In fact, it was well documented in the XVII century that Ramon Safortesa Fuster, the famous Comte Mal (Count Evil) leased parts of his lands to knights for the growing of vineyards and the later production of wine.These lands, known as Rotes dels Cavallers, currently belong to the Ribot-Galmés family who, after three generations dedicated to the cultivation of table grapes, decided in 1997 to completely reconvert the land to the production of high quality white and red wines; a difficult challenge that every member of the family has taken on with dedication and enthusiasm.


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  • Although the last bodegas in Santa Margalida had been closing throughout the XX century, the municipality is located in a geographical area with enormous winegrowing tradition. In fact, it was well documented in the XVII century that Ramon Safortesa Fuster, the famous Comte Mal (Count Evil) leased parts of his lands to knights for the growing of vineyards and the later production of wine.These lands, known as Rotes dels Cavallers, currently belong to the Ribot-Galmés family who, after three generations dedicated to the cultivation of table grapes, decided in 1997 to completely reconvert the land to the production of high quality white and red wines; a difficult challenge that every member of the family has taken on with dedication and enthusiasm.

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