Pale yellow with greenish reflections.
Complex aroma with notes of peach, nectarine, pear and melon.
Young and creamy, the notes of yellow fruit stand out with a persistent, fresh and citric finish.
Combine with pasta, creamy rice, white fish and seafood. Also tapas and poultry.
Service temperature from 6º to 8º C.
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The Raimat winery is the result of two unique architectural projects. In 1918, Joan Rubió i Bellver, disciple of the famous Gaudí, built what would be the first reinforced concrete building in Spain and in 1988, Domingo Triay would be in charge of carrying out the new and current Raimat winery.
The more than 100 years of history have left behind a vineyard of legend. Within the limits of Raimat you can discover the secrets hidden in his castle, listen to the echo of modernism in his cellar, or simply stroll through its vineyards and enjoy the peace that nature offers.
A shield engraved in the stone crosses the castle gate and explains the name of Raimat. In it appear a bunch of grapes and a hand, in Catalan "raïm" and "mà", which illustrate the origin of the word Raimat.
Vol d 'Ànima, formerly known as Ànima de Raimat, is the culmination of the first 100 years of history. The tiles that wear its label are the same ones that have appeared on the walls of the castle of Raimat since 1935, after the reform carried out by the architect Rafael Masó.