Penedès and Priorat in pictures


In 1872, Josep Raventós produced Cava for the first time in Spain using the traditional method. Convinced he had chanced upon something the world would go wild for, he commissioned the aforementioned Josep Puig i Cadafalch to build him a cavernous cellar to house his future bottles. Havana was the company’s first export market, with Buenos Aires following shorty after.

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