Producer Profile

Raventós i Blanc

Founded in 1986 by Josep-Maria Raventós, Raventós i Blanc stands as a beacon of quality winemaking in Catalonia, with a rich history dating back to the esteemed Codorniu family. Spanning 300 acres of vineyards in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, their commitment to excellence is evident in their dedication to traditional methods and natural farming practices. Pepe Raventós, the current torchbearer, has propelled the estate into a new era, prioritizing biodynamic viticulture and terroir-driven winemaking. Departing from the Cava DO in 2012, their focus on crafting authentic sparkling wines reflective of the Conca del Riu Anoia terroir has garnered acclaim. Embracing biodiversity and soil health, their vineyards thrive with spontaneous plant coverage.

Where The Wines Come From


Nestled in the northeastern corner of Spain, Catalonia is a region steeped in history, culture, and winemaking tradition, where natural wine has found a vibrant and welcoming home. With its diverse terroir encompassing coastal plains, rolling hills, and soaring mountains, Catalonia offers an ideal environment for cultivating a wide array of grape varieties, including Garnacha, Carinyena, and Xarel·lo. Natural winemakers in Catalonia are dedicated to preserving the region's biodiversity and heritage, employing organic and biodynamic practices in the vineyard and minimal intervention techniques in the cellar. By allowing grapes to ferment spontaneously with native yeasts and eschewing additives, they craft wines that reflect the unique terroir of Catalonia—expressing lively acidity, nuanced minerality, and a true sense of place. Catalonia's natural wines span a spectrum of styles, from crisp sparkling Cava to bold reds, each bottle a testament to the region's rich cultural tapestry and unwavering commitment to quality and sustainability. Whether sipping a refreshing rosé along the Costa Brava or savoring a complex Priorat red in the shadow of Montsant, Catalonia's natural wines offer a taste of the region's soul and a glimpse into its storied winemaking heritage.