What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Pale / Bright / Fine bubbles|
|Ageing notes / Yeast / Toasted bread / Honey / Fruit aromas / Apple|
|Flavoursome / Well-integrated acidity / Smooth / Crunchy|
Drinking and storing
Aperitifs / Tapas
My favourite Cava
I call it my Spanish Champagne (if that is not an insult to the Cava industry!). Trouble free purchase via Vinissimus and still good value even including the cost of shipping to the UK. I'll be back for more, providing the price remains competitive.
Voila un grand cava
J'ai ete fortune de gouter a de grands cavas. Celui-ci a d'enormes qualites et une bonne finesse.
Why the new bottle?
For years this has been our choice for family and friends - always well received but now they've changed the bottle shape. The new bottle flares out at the base so it does not fit in ANY standard wine rack or my cooler and is unsteady on a flat shelf. I am sorry to say I will have to find another cava in a standard shaped bottle.
Excellent sparkling fizz. Lots of delightful bubbles with a well rounded finish. I will definitely be repeat purchasing this cava.
My wife loves this Cava. Lots of bubbles and a great taste. Priced very reasonably.
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...