In 2014, one hundred years since Manuel Raventós began the adventure of Raimat, the second major project of the Raventós family (Codorníu Group), acquiring 3,200 hectares, with a ruined castle and a "terroir" characterized by arid soils in the banks of the Río Segre. In 1918, the modernist architect Joan Rubió Bellver, a disciple of Gaudí, designed the winery, which would be the first building constructed with wrought concrete from Spain and the first vintage was carried out.

In 1970, the great wine revolution of Raimat was produced with the planting of the first foreign varieties, hitherto unpublished in the peninsula, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Chardonnay, which triggered the birth of the first Raimat brand wines. A shield engraved in stone that crosses the entrance to the castle explains the probable origin of the name Raimat: in it, there is a bunch of grapes and a hand, corresponding in Catalan to the words "raïm" and "mà".

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