Blanc de Blancs
Raventos i Blanc
Raventós i Blanc has a storied winemaking history in Spain, dating back over 500 years and has belonged to the Raventós family since 1497. In fact, in 1872 Josep Raventós Fatjó made the first bottle-fermented wine in Spain, using grapes harvested from the estate.
The traditions established over the years still ring true today, where the Raventos family focuses on terroir and authenticity, seeking the truest representation of the soil, climate, and grape varieties. The resulting mineral-driven, complex sparkling wines are uniquely Raventos.
In November 2012, the Raventos family decided to leave the DO Cava and create their own appellation, Conca del Riu Anoia. That decision is indicative of the special nature and respect for the terroir that is singularly represented at this 300 acre estate.