Wines at Biniamar
Copies of available, please email for details: email@example.com ground. In Europe, they are the smallest of the hirundines, with a short slightly forked tail. Small airborne insects, especially form their prey, and when perched up, will also be taken. The adults’ upperparts (including the flight and tail feathers) are a dark greyish-brown, often with a sandy tone. The brown extends down onto the cheeks and breast band, and across the breast they have light brown smudges on the flanks. The rest of the underparts are white. The underwing is a dusty brown, and the throat is more often speckled or shaded with brown. The bill, legs
and feet are black. They are a skilful flyer, able to catch airborne prey with ease, but have to be wary too. Here, we have the
which is a summer migrant, and very capable of catching a Sand Martin, and are often attracted to the feeding areas where they can single an individual out. The Hobby is a fast, and very efficient hunter, that will see a Sand Martin as a worthwhile additional meal. Good places to see Sand Martins are the salt pans in the south, any of the marshes up north including Tucan Marsh and occasionally over open fields as they pass through.
● The 2nd edition took place at the emblematic “Església Nova” (New Church) of this cute village.
The City Council emphasized that the pairing incorporates, in addition to wine, tapas and music, also the heritage since each of the wineries was located in the different chapels of this unfinished building, which makes it even more special looking up towards the sky.
The event, organized by “Som de Mallorca” (We're from Mallorca) is supported by the Selva Town Hall and the Biniamar district, the Department of Economic Promotion of the Mallorca Council, Petits Cellers de Mallorca and Quely. The music of the well-known performers Jaume Anglada and Benji Habichuela made the event even more special.