/ 0.75 L btl

Cava Bach Extrísimo Brut Nature

Spec sheet
Alcohol content i11.5%
Bottle size0.75 L

Food pairing

Aperitifs / Hors d'oeuvres / Smoked / Cooked sausages / Grilled fish / Seafood / Dried fruit and nuts / Canapés

Tasting notes

  • ViewStraw yellow / Pale / Fine bubbles
  • Bouquet:Varietal notes / Fruit aromas / Apple / Floral scents / Almond blossom / Ageing notes / Toasted bread / Honey / Yeast
  • Mouth:Smooth / Flavoursome / Balanced acidity / Croccante / Long finish / Expressive / Sparkling


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Jet (28/12/2017)

Surprisingly good

I did not know what to expect as I had never tried this Cava even when abroad. I/we had this lovely wine on Christmas day with our meal and it was great accompaniment to our day. Not too bubbly and not to light. Very pleasing and would highly recommend.

by: Peter W (14/06/2020)

Great Value

Despite being towards the budget end of the Cava market, this wine is an excellent, light, dryish tasting drink that we can recommend as being at least as good or better than most UK supermarket cavas that we've tried.

by: Peter W (14/06/2020)

Decent Cava

Bought this as part of our early experimentation with online cava types online from Spain. It is perfectly acceptable and on a par with most supermarket labels but not with the higher rated cavas on this website.

by: Gus (15/05/2018)

Good value Cava

This Cava is great value but may not be to everyone's tastes. My wife thought it was a little sweet. That said its a great price and served up in a very attractive bottle. Recommended if on a tight budget.

by: Richard (03/07/2020)

Wife loves this

Have been ordering this for a couple of years as my wife loves cava. She much prefers this to the cava available in supermarkets in the UK and even with shipping, the price is comparable!

Cava from Masia Bach

Masia Bach

In 1915, brothers Pere and Ramon Bach i Escopet acquired the Can Estrada estate and gradually increased their holding with the purchase of new estates until obtaining 365 hectares. The project they had in mind was the production of wines intended for ageing and for this purpose they built a cellar, 95 metres in length, which was later enlarged. The first bottles of Bach appeared at the 1929 Barcelona Universal Exposition. Sadly, Ramon died in the Civil War and in 1942 his brother...

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