In 1987, seduced by this familiar, yet fascinating and mysterious piece of land, Joan Badell Badell decided to bottle his first wines and to plant his first trained vines. In 1999 his son, Raimon Badell Rosés, who was then studying oenology and was a close collaborator in the winemaking process, decided to turn to ecological and biodynamical agriculture.
We only work with grapes picked from our own estate, situated between 240m and 360m above sea level, bordering the Natural Park of the Massif of Garraf. Our vineyards grow on hills with calcareous-clay soil and produce, on average, some 3500l/h. The climate is Mediterranean, strongly influenced by the vicinity of the sea.