In 1658 Anna Codorniu married Miquel Raventós and the name of the family which owned the Can Cordorniu estate changed.
He died suddenly on 30th October 1809 as a result of a "fright" from the French during the Peninsular War.
An intellectually lively heir: he developed the mistela sweet wine business. He made the first sparkling wine using the Champenoise method in 1872.
A great wine grower, he pioneered the replanting of white grapes after the phylloxera epidemic in 1888. An enterprising man, he transformed his father's innovation into a sparkling wine concern, founding Codorniu S.A. in 1926.
He headed the Raventós estate and the Codorniu concern throughout a long period of national and international crisis.
Heir to the Raventós family, owner of 90 hectares of vineyards in Sant Sadurní and head of Codorniu S.A. up to 1982. Creator of the CAVA denomination and president of its regulatory council. Leader of the sector and mayor of Sant Sadurní. Founder of Raventós i Blanc in 1986.
Together with his father Josep María he set up the Raventós i Blanc cava business. He struggled to make the dream of a prestige sparkling wine methode traditional with a unique personality and quality into a reality our region. Creator of single-vineyard cava.
Son of Manuel and Anna, he joined Raventós i Blanc.
Widow of Josep María Raventós i Blanc, with her grandson Pepe Raventós. Isabel Negra has continued to be highly committed to the project all the way through.
Father and son are once more at the forefront of the project. Manuel Raventós, president and oenologist of the winery and his son Pepe, manager, oenologist and vine grower at Raventós i Blanc. Two generations working side by side for a single dream: to create a prestige brand among the great sparkling wines of the world.
Pepe Raventós decides that Raventós i Blanc leaves the DO Cava and recovers Conca del riu Anoia.