Desde el siglo VIII a.c. la influencia de los fenicios, griegos y romanos, generó una importante tradición vinícola en las islas. La economía agraria de minifundio consiguió mantener el cultivo de la vid y el arte de la elaboración del vino para consumo propio, una tradición transmitida de padres a hijos hasta hoy. Se trata de producciones muy limitadas donde prima la calidad frente a la cantidad y de las que se obtienen unos vinos de aromas profundos, provocadores y balsámicos, con cuerpo suave pero estructurado, ideales para acompañar cualquier plato de la gastronomía local. Los vinos Ibicencos se se elaboran y producen en las zonas de Sant Mateu, Buscatell y Sant Josep.

The tradition of wine growing on the island was strongly influenced from the 8th century onwards by the Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans. The small-scale agricultural economy managed to keep wine production going and the art of wine production for households themselves. To the present day, this tradition has passed down from father to son. Wine trading began in the Pitiusas in 1990 and, in a very short time, it has become one of the best examples of Mediterranean wines, with a strong sense of Mediterranean identity. Very limited production guarantees quality over and above quantity. Wines are deeply aromatic in nature, provocative and balsamic, striking a balance between being soft-bodied yet full, and are ideal as an accompaniment for any of the local specialities. The local varieties are those of Monastrel (mourverdre) and Garnacha (grenache) in terms of red wines, whilst Malvasía stands out amongst white wines. Ibizan wines are produced in Sant Mateu, Buscatell and Sant Josep. - See more at: ibiza.travel/en/vinos.php#sthash.ESFnkYaz.dpuf
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