Cava

Cava
Macabeu (aka called Viura in Rioja) is the primary grape used in Cava production. Despite its importance, Macabeu tastes somewhat simple. It has faint floral aromatics, a lemony flavor with a slightly bitter finish that tastes similar to green almonds. Xarel·lo (sounds like ‘Cheryl-ooh’) on the other hand, is much more aromatic with rich floral aromas and pear/melon-like notes. The last grape, Paralleda, is blended for its ripping high acidity and zesty citrus flavors. Together the three Spanish grapes create a balanced fruity sparkling wine that’s less sweet than Prosecco but not as nutty as Vintage Champagne.

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Anna blanc de blancs, by Codorniu, Wine of Spain

0700049  | 750ml  | 13°

Codorniu

Spain > Wine of Spain > Generic

GRAPE VARIETIES: Chardonnay 70%, Parellada 15%, Xarello, Macabeo 15% TASTING NOTES: Brilliant yello..

Anna Rose Brut, by Codorniu, Wine of Spain

0700050  | 750ml  | 13°

Codorniu

Spain > Wine of Spain > Generic

GRAPE VARIETIES: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir TASTING NOTES: Delicate cherry colour with strawberry tones...

Brut Clasico Sparkling, by Codorniu, Wine of Spain

0700004  | 750ml  | 13°

Codorniu

Spain > Wine of Spain > Generic

GRAPE VARIETIES: Chardonnay, Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada. TASTING NOTES: Very pleasant to the pal..

Clasico Rosado, by Codorniu, Wine of Spain

0700051  | 750ml  | 13°

Codorniu

Spain > Wine of Spain > Generic

GRAPE VARIETIES: Grenache, Mourvedre, Trepat TASTING NOTES: Codorniu Rosado has refreshing, fruity f..

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