Montse Carbó, Jordi Jané and Marti Sadurní grew up in wine-farming families in Spain. In 2021, they came together to represent a new generation of farming and production with Raïmones. They have a 10ha plot of dry-farmed vineyards from which they source traditional Spanish varieties. Raïmones does not irrigate their vines, completes harvests by hand and works as naturally as possible outside and inside the winery. Of particular importance at Raïmones is the use of the ancient and widely unknown varietal: Albet I Noya, now called Marina. This white grape has less than 10ha planted worldwide, and it has become their mission to revive it.