This cava (Spanish sparkling wine) is a bit more expensive than its competition from northeast Spain, but it's worth the few extra dollars. It is quite elegant, with lots of flavor. A good choice for parties.
This is top-notch value cava, perfectly round, solid and fruity. Pear, apple and pastry aromas carry the nose while orange, lemon, green herb and white pepper flavors are defined and attractive. Rarely does a sparkler at this price register so high on the quality meter, but the structure and totality of this Macabeo-Parellada-Xarello blend is nothing if not…
Green apple, peach and melon aromas are common but perfectly clean and inviting. The palate is refined and hints at elegance as it delivers very good lime, gooseberry and fresh celery flavors. Long and dry on the finish, with lip-smacking acidity.
This gets going with clean, light cherry and berry aromas that bring a citrus note to the fore. It feels crisp, dry and pure, with citrus, plum and dust flavors. An elegant rosé made from the Trepat grape, it finishes dry and spicy, with ample leftover fruit.
Nice and fresh, with defined, attractive apple and pear aromas. Dry and fruity in the mouth, with a tad of sweetness to the firm papaya, lime and apple flavors. Ripe and round enough, with balance. The total packagein cava. Imported by Classical Wines.
A clean, almost oceanic bouquet leads to a pure palate of green apple, pear, kiwi and white grapes. It has a rock-solid mouthfeel and dances back and forth between its white-fruit and green-fruit sides. Cleanses the palate nicely.
Very clean and stylish, with nectarine, apple and pear aromas and fairly similar flavors. This is totally pleasant to sip, with a slight touch of yeasty, bready complexity. Delicious yet simple; nothing wrong with it.
A subtle wine made entirely from Trepat. Aromas of strawberry and toast are mixed well, while the palate is juicy, crisp and correct, with raspberry and plum flavors along with a dose of dry spice. Light, toasty and perfectly dry on the back end. Nothing spectacular but gets things right.