Wine makers in Ibiza have claimed that this year's crop represents the most superior quality of wine they have produced compared to previous years.
The crop will be ten per cent less than last year in yield but according to the Ibiza Sun, the grapes are better than ever before.
Joan Bonet, who owns the Sa Cova vin yard, told the newspaper that the island's climate over the last few years had been ideal for the growth of grapes.
Wine production in Ibiza began in the seventh century BC in the Phoenician period, the 19th century was an important as wines were exported to France until vines in Ibiza contracted philoxera and wine production was halted.
But it continued into the 20th century and events such as the 'Sant Mateu Wine Festival' in Sant Mateu, near San Miguel in December, give makers a chance to show off their new wines.
It also gives holidaymakers a chance to understand about wine from the region and enjoy a festival that attracts people from all over the island.
Those interested in wine will enjoy visiting a less traditional wine making region such as Ibiza.