In Catalunya (and the rest of Spain), the name Raventos looms large -- Manuel Raventos essentially invented the cava market for Spain's ubiquitous Sparkling wine. The family's second big project are these vast vineyards in Costers del Segre. Once an arid wasteland, these 7900 acres are now the largest wine holding under a single owner in all of Europe. Albarino is not at all common outside of Rias Baixas, but Raimat makes a lovely one: On the nose: citrus, dried flowers and spice with just a hint of vanilla. Great with seafood, paella (of course), and as a foil to creamy dishes like mac n cheese.