Raimat is a century-old winery founded by Manuel Raventós at the beginning of the 20th century in Lleida in the Segre region, when he discovered the excellent quality of the fruit of this place, because he thought that the quality of the grape would be equally good. Thus, he bought abandoned lands totally deserted and with a small castle in ruins that later decided to restore.
Currently, Raimat leads the wine market in the denomination Costers del Segre from a sustainable viticulture that fully respects the environment from techniques of ecology applied to the care and development of the vine.
His oenologist Elisabeth Figueras affirms that "Our greatest satisfaction is to see that Raimat wines draw a smile in those who taste them, having the responsibility to generate this state of happiness excites and moves us". And it is that all the equipment of the winery is involved one hundred percent for the development of authentic wines of high quality, sustainable and round, because the most important thing is that people enjoy something that requires so much work.
The winery stands out for its curious architecture designed by Joan Rubió i Bellver, a disciple of Gaudí, creating a large structure of arcades that soon received the name of "the cathedral of wine", under which the production plant of this winery is located .