A Harvest to forget

Hidden vocations

Life and Strength

Making wine

Vineyard tasks on the estate in spring

A Harvest to forget

05.11.2020

Discover / Seasons / Together / Our people / Walks

The first forecasts, with a winter and early spring generous in water, seemed to announce a good harvest, far from those years of prolonged drought. But, if public health has been tragically threatened by the Covid19 , the health of the vineyards has also suffered a historic blow. While the beneficial autumn rains helped to […]

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Hidden vocations

09.06.2020

Together

  The months of May and June have been the beginning of the end of COVID-19. We have begun to be somewhat freer and we hope we can embrace each other again this summer. During these months, the winery has remained active, with the minimum workforce necessary to guarantee the best service to our customers […]

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Life and Strength

09.06.2020

Seasons

Over the last three months, during the State of Alarm, nature on our estate has continued to grow strong. The vines, and all the agricultural environment, have run their course, even accelerated by the heavy rains this spring. This year has been particularly rainy; rainfall so far in this cycle is 661.5 mm – from […]

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Making wine

30.09.2019

Discover / Together

The 2019 harvest in Clos del Serral Making wine is probably the best thing that could ever have happened to us. The best knowledge that our ancestors have passed on to us and the best memory we can leave to our successors. Winemaking is connecting to the land and following its rhythm, and the land […]

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Vineyard tasks on the estate in spring

20.06.2019

Discover

As Pepe Raventós says: “Making a great wine is an easier task than we tend to think.” And we all know that wine is made in the vineyard and the vineyard is where it all begins, but we are perhaps unaware – or not sufficiently aware – of all the work behind the scenes, everything […]

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Blind champions

13.05.2019

Our people

By Joan Munné, technical director and oenologist in Raventós i Blanc. A farmer from a very young age, I have been working at Raventos i Blanc for fifteen years. I graduated as an oenologist at the URV (2008-09) and studied to become a Sommelier at the CETT-UB (2012-14). Harvests at Graham Beck, Quinta Sardonia and […]

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Travelling to the soul of wines

25.02.2019

Discover / Walks

“Le vin est la plus saine et la plus hygiénique des boissons” Louis Pasteur As Pepe Raventós always says, travelling helps you open your mind and gives you a different perspective about everything in life. Trips to Burgundy, Barolo, Champagne…, you see how things have been done well, and you gain a better understanding of the real path. We travel, we learn and we realize that we have a […]

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The New York Wine Experience

31.10.2018

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Going back to where Pepe and his family spent 5 winters  in an incomparable setting: the  New York Wine Experience, probably the most important wine event in the world. Just a year ago we were talking about natural wines, about the Raw Wine Fair and New York, the city that has stolen all our hearts. […]

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The harvest of hope

13.09.2018

Discover / Together

The days just before the harvest days are almost like organizing a wedding. Looking up at the sky again and again, general excitement, an underlying feeling of nervousness that increases as the day gets closer.  The most important task during the preceding days is to visit each plot to see the maturity level of the […]

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Raventós i Blanc, the most mineral estate

20.06.2018

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The singularity of the geology of the Conca del Riu Anoia is what enables us to show off our wines just as they are: mineral and saline. The history of the soils from the Raventós i Blanc estate – framed in the geographic area of the Conca del Riu Anoia – not only contain the […]

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