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Located Close to the Beautiful Village of Alaró


Nestled at the base of the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is the charming village of Alaró.


Historical records from the 13th century reveal that it was once known as Olorón. Today, a vineyard situated on the road to Santa Maria, only 1.5km from Alaró, has been renamed from Vinyes d'Alaró to Bodega Olorón.


The old walls of the original wine cellar are embedded between terraces of grapevines and mountainous surroundings.


The new owners of Bodega Olorón are dedicated to restoring the winery to its former splendour by adhering to traditional winemaking methods while modernizing it for functionality.

Vinyes d'Alaro, now renamed Olorón
Bodega Olorón, on the outskirts of Alaró


Currently, the winery harvests Chardonnay and Malvasia grapes on their 10 hectares of land, with the recent addition of Merlot and Cabernet on the top terraces of the vineyard.


A visit to this winery is a great opportunity to learn all about the exciting developments and improvements that the owners are planning for the future. The expert Sommelier, Cristina Basañez Barrero, will accompany you on the tour and host a wine tasting accompanied by delicious food.

Whether you're looking for a special event location, a romantic surprise for your significant other, or simply want to strengthen company ties, Bodega Olorón can cater to your specific needs.

You can read more about Bodega Olorón in our blog!


Experience Mallorca and Bodega Olorón - The Perfect Pairing

Choose from the following options:

  • Observe the vineyard by following the signposted path (no tour guide)

  • Take a guided tour of the vineyard and winery, and enjoy a tasting with tapas

  • Take a unique helicopter tour (in collaboration with Helimallorca) followed by a wine tasting at the bodega

Their experiences are available by appointment only, for groups and private events, six days a week, from 10:00-17:00.

Click on the link below for more information about their tasting options and to schedule your visit.

Some of the vines at Bodega Olorón
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