The estate represents five centuries of family tradition; a legacy that marks the path to follow based on respect for this land and our history.
King Jaume I conquers the island in 1229, and hands over the estate to the Templar Order, just as recorded on ‘‘Llibre del Repartiment’’, a document registering the properties granted by the crown.
In 1511 the current family buys the property and exploits it mainly with wine production and other crops.
In 1784, "Cardenal Despuig" records the most important estates in Mallorca and includes the Binicomprat estate among them.
With the union of two families, the Oliver Ribas de Cabrera and the Moragues Ribas de Pina, one of the families with more roots in the viticultural history of the island consolidates at the beginning of the 20th century.