If you like sparkling wine, but haven’t exposed Cava yet, you’re missing out on some awesome bargains. Cava is Spain’s version of Champagne. Of course, Champagne being not just a generic name for sparkling wine but being a sparkling wine from a specific province in France. Similarly, Cava not only represents a style of sparkling wine, but also a province—in this case the province (or regions) are in Spain. It is regions (plural) because Cava can be made in six different wine regions within Spain.
The methods used to produce Cava are very similar to the methods used to produce Champagne, but the grapes often differ. In the case of this Brut Rosé from Juvé y Camps, but, the grapes used are pinot noir, which is acceptable in either province.
The nose of this bubbly is predominantly yeast, although there are some strawberry and floral
Wine: Juvé y Camps Brut Rosé
Variety: Sparkling Rosé Cava – Pinot Noir
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