The National Film Awards today announced a sponsorship deal with Raventós i Blanc for the 8th annual prestigious awards which is set to take place on the 4th July 2022 at Porchester Hall in London.
Raventós i Blanc is owned by one of Spain’s most historic winemaking families with a viticultural tradition dating back to 1497. They have been at the forefront of Cava production since Josep Raventós Fatjó produced Spain’s first traditional method sparkling wine in 1872 from Xarel-lo grown on their estate.
Today, Raventós i Blanc is run by Pepe Raventós, who aims to “convey our viticultural traditions, the strength of our land and the characteristics of our soils,” Pepe took the decision to leave the Cava DO in 2012, in order to focus on the estate’s 50 hectares of vines in the more distinctive Conca del Riu Anoia region. The Blanc de Blancs has delicate notes of citrus fruits, white flowers and soft Mediterranean herbs. The palate is round with a superb freshness and mineral notes on the persistent finish.
National Film Academy was launched in 1999 as an academy that supports, mentors, and promotes filmmakers, actors, actresses, and talent that make up the motion picture industry. The National Film Academy launched the National Film Awards UK in 2015 and simultaneously launched the US version of the awards National Film & Television Awards USA in 2018. The National Film Academy also produces a series of annual festivals, premieres, workshops, conferences and seminars in the UK, France, South Africa, Germany, and USA.
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