Tomeu and Ca’n Verdura’s ancestral origins can be traced back at least six generations. His family cultivated Binissalem vineyards between “possessions” (large agricultural farms) in mixed-agriculture vineyards where grapes share space with other local crops such as apricot, almond, and olive trees. This type of polyculture is traditional to Mallorca and favored by Tomeu.

Following this tradition, Ca’n Verdura focuses on old-vine vineyards planted in the traditional en vaso (or goblet) vine training system, with reliance on the indigenous mantonegro and callet for red wines, as well as moll (a.k.a. prensal blanc), mantonegro cabellis, and giró ros for the white wines of Binissalem. Like other small projects on the island, international varieties are relied upon in small quantities for practical reasons in entry-level blends. Still, the future of plantings is clearly indigenous varieties. The soil of Binissalem is the excellent call vermell: a red, iron-rich clay, limestone soil with small to medium-sized galets. He works solely with old vineyards centered around the five historic villages of Binissalem.

He is practicing minimal intervention winemaking and low impact viticulture by leaving the cover crop during the cold season and encouraging biodiversity within his parcels and environment through polyculture. His wines are handmade, without additions, subtractions, or corrections. His primary objective with each cuvée is maximum respect and transparency for his terroir and culture, as well as for the customers who enjoy his wine.

  • Binissalem-Mallorca Supernova Blanc
  • Mallorca Giró Ros Ca Ses Rosetes Tomeu Llabrés Blanc
  • Mallorca Blanc De Mantonegro Ca’N Xicatlà
  • Binissalem-Mallorca Supernova Rosat
  • Binissalem-Mallorca Supernova Mantonegro Negre Tomeu Llabrés
  • Binissalem-Mallorca Negre
  • Binissalem-Mallorca Mantonegro Son Agulló
  • Vino de España Escursac Vins Oblidats Tomeu Llabrés