Catalonia, Spain

Altitude | 400 – 500 metres

Soil | Clay Limestone 

ApproachNatural, unfiltered, wild yeast, Low Sulphites,  Biodynamic 



Seller Eravi is located at the Mas d’en Palau estate, situated at the foothills of the Prelitoral mountain range, in the heart of Albà within the municipality of Aiguamúrcia (Alt Camp). It sits at an elevation ranging between 400 and 500 meters. Mountains adorned with forests, valleys adorned with crops, and the farmhouse shape the estate. It spans 190 hectares, of which 36 consist of vineyards, olive groves, almond trees, and fallow lands.

The origins of the farmhouse date back to medieval times when it served as a hunting lodge for the Castle of Albà. It is included in the Inventory of Architectural Heritage of Catalonia and has been part of the family lineage since 1647.

Mas d’en Palau is the cornerstone of the estate. It comprises a set of buildings attached to the main nucleus: two farmhouses, the cellar, the corral, and the tiled threshing floor. Altogether, it reflects the distinctive characteristics of Catalan ancestral homes.

Wine has been crafted in the cellar of the house for centuries using grapes from the surrounding vineyards. Starting in 1982, wine production was replaced by the sale of grapes. In 2016, the family resumed winemaking activities and progressively adapted the cellar to meet new needs, incorporating the values and philosophy of ERAVi.

Quicu holds a degree in oenology from Rovira i Virgili University. As a member of the fourteenth generation of the family, he has reignited the cellar after three decades of inactivity. Currently serving as a viticulturist on the estate, at 25 years old, he embodies the intellect, effort, and creativity of ERAVi.

Àngels is the eldest of the three sisters comprising the thirteenth generation of the family. Raised among vineyards, she has been in close contact with the land since childhood. Together with her partner Francesc, they took over the estate and the house during the decades of cellar inactivity. Both are the pillars that have made and continue to make this new phase of the family project possible.

Grandfather Carlos spent his entire life around the estate. As a farmer and winemaker, he tended to the vines we have today and continued the work in the cellar at home.

This project could not have been possible without the help and collaboration of the family. Understanding family as individuals present in our lives who bring out the best of themselves at all levels: time, work, effort, love, support… Some have been with us from the beginning, and others have joined along the way. They are all the heart of this initiative and beat together to make it a reality.

We believe that nature and ourselves are part of the same whole, and we understand this relationship as a symbiosis that allows us to live more consciously. That’s why we practice biodynamic agriculture as a technique and an art of cultivating and caring for the land.

We strive for sincere wines that are in tune with the vineyard. That’s why we observe where the grapes lead us to define the final product, minimizing the use of additives and accompanying the product with sensitivity. Wine is what allows this entire orchestra to keep playing.

We aim to cultivate an ecosystem where every component flourishes in harmony, recognizing the interconnectedness of nature and humanity. With a commitment to environmental stewardship, we employ practices such as vegetative cover, pasture management, and proactive agriculture using compost applications to deter pests.

Beyond viticulture, we are actively restoring the estate’s orchard, farm, and historical buildings. These endeavors are integral to our holistic approach, each piece contributing to the greater whole through collaborative efforts in complementarity.