Do you love drinking Champagne, but not paying Champagne prices? Spain's Cava is made using the same traditional method as Champagne, but usually at a fraction of the price. Grapes for Cava can be grown in a number of locations in Spain, but most by far come form Catalonia in the northeast. Three varieties - Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarel-lo - are the foundation of Cava production, though some international varieties are permitted. Salud!

Poema Cava Brut 750ml


Poema carefully observes the Cava DO’s stringent regulations to craft its top-quality, small-production Cavas, which are made using the same traditional method used in Champagne. The grapes are grown in the limestone hills surrounding Barcelona on...

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Pares Balta Cava Brut 750ml


Pale yellow color. Medium intensity on the nose with toasty notes combined with aroma of pear and apple. Fresh and alive in the mouth with dominating notes of fruit. Light and soft with a pleasant finish Pares Balta wines are certified organic,...

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Gramona 2006 III Lustrus Cava 750ml


Intense with clear notes of maturity under a constant veil of freshness. Baked apple and sweet pears. Ripe citrus, grapefruit peel. Faded flowers and a herbal backdrop reminiscent of fennel and rosemary. The ageing notes run through a gamut of aromas...

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Roger Goulart Coral Rose Brut Cava 750ml


A petal-pink sparkling rosé, with lip-smacking acidity creating a juicy, mouthwatering impression to the expressive flavors of white peach, elderflower, black cherry and pickled ginger. Garnacha and Pinot Noir. Drink now. -- AN, Wine Spectator,...

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