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Raventos i Blanc L'Hereu Brut 2020

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Country: Spain

Region: Penedes

Grape Variety: Macabeo, Xarel.lo, Parellada

Vintage: 2020

ABV: 12.0%

Closure: Cork

Bottle Size: 75cl

Description

Pale colour, renowned for it’s soft toasted aromas, and dry lingering citrus qualities on the palate. This is a clean and fresh bubbly that is sophisticated enough for just about any meal as well as your next celebration.

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Raventos i Blanc L'Hereu Brut

The Raventos i Blanc L'Hereu Brut has a pale colour, and it is renowned for it’s soft toasted aromas, and dry lingering citrus qualities on the palate.

Raventos i Blanc L'Hereu Brut is a clean and fresh bubbly that is sophisticated enough for just about any meal as well as your next celebration.

The Raventos family have a viticultural tradition dating back to 1497, making them one of the oldest continuous vineyard owners in the world.

Josep Maria Raventos i Fatjo is credited with producing the first Cava in 1872, creating a legacy that the following generations take very seriously.

In 1986 Josep Maria Raventos i Blanc decided to sell his share of Cordoniu, then under the ownership of the family, keeping the best vineyards for the newly created Raventos i Blanc estate.

The focus since has been on quality and regionality, in particular expressing the special properties of the terroirs around Saint Saturni d’Anoia.

The sparkling wines (like the Raventos i Blanc L'Hereu Brut) are made using only the indigenous varieties like Xarel.lo, Parellada, Macabeo and Monastrell and show real depth, expression and longevity. Current proprietor, Pepe Raventos, places high importance on the health of the vineyard environment creating a biosynergy where the animals, the vines, the soil and the people work together as an agricultural unit.

The estate reached its certified organic status in 2012.

As of 2013, Raventos i Blanc are no longer part of the Cava DO and have started the process of creating a new, terroir driven appellation, Conca del Riu Anoia.

The decision to leave the DO stemmed out of the desire to set a standard in high quality wine production where rules such as the use of only indigenous grapes, ecological viticulture, estate produced and estate bottled fruit and minimum ageing requirements apply.

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