Raimat Ventada is inspired by the wind that caresses the vineyards of the oldest winery in the DO Costers del Segre throughout the year. This wine made from 100% organic White Grenache is characterised by its strong personality, elegance and delicacy. Its aromas of herbs, resinous notes and white fruit will bring freshness to highly spiced dishes, whether they contain fish, meat, rice or even charcuterie. This fantastic white wine with noticeable volume is a living reflection of the terroir from which it comes.
Pale yellow colour with greenish highlights.
Delicate and subtle, with mineral notes combined with an explosion of white fruit (pear) and tropical fruit (pineapple) and citrus notes, with an elegant aromatic touch of Mediterranean herbs and fennel.
A balance wine, with character, delicate and silky in mouth but with body and personality. Elegant, full of flower and white fruit tones on a mineral base, reflecting the characteristic terroir.
The history of Raimat goes back to 1914, when Manuel Raventós i Domènech acquired a plot of arid and unfertile land in a unique setting, converting it into what it is today: 2,245 hectares of 100% certified organic vineyards. Raimat is the expression of wines from Lleida, a land renowned for the quality of its fruit, where the continental climate means that the grapes from this estate give intense and flavourful wines. The winery is a pioneer in the use of the latest growing and winemaking technology, making a clear commitment to sustainable viticulture and to respecting the land and the environment.
Aiming to reach the greatest expression of our Grenache, the enology team has developed natural and respectful elaboration methods.
Aiming to reach the greatest expression of our Grenache, the enology team has developed natural and respectful elaboration methods. It has been avoided to use practices which modify the natural expression of this variety, preserving the primary aromas and keeping away from undesired oxidations.
The spring in Raimat was colder and wetter than usual, and this meant a delay in the vine cycle and forced us to control the vines more to avoid possible diseases.
The spring in Raimat was colder and wetter than usual, and this meant a delay in the vine cycle and forced us to control the vines more to avoid possible diseases. On the other hand, the summer was hot and dry, as always. This led to a progressive and optimal ripening. During the maturation of the white grapes, some rainfall fell, delaying the harvest, so we had to wait until good levels of maturity were reached. The wait was worth it, because the aromas and freshness of the white grapes are magnificent.