£21.96/ 0.75 L btl
The main varietal behind this cava, Pinot Noir, thrives in the continental climate of Segrià, ensuring a fresh cava with ageing potential. The coupage also uses Trepat from Conca de Barberà, and its continental climate, and Xarel·lo from the Mediterranean area of Penedès. A creamy, delicate and extremely elegant Gran Reserva.
What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Golden glints / Purplish glints / Fine bubbles|
|White flowers / Red fruit / Spices|
|Fresh / With body / Creamy / Delicate / Long|
Drinking and storing
Gilthead bream cooked in salt / Sushi / Carpaccios / Rice dishes
Ratings and awards
Easy drinking Cava
Had this for the first time a few years ago and regularly buy now. Very light and easy drinking on hot sunny days.
|Climate||Continental with Mediterranean influence|
With its origins dating back to 1551, Codorníu is considered to be Spain's oldest family firm, the winery that pioneered Cava production and a very fine brand right from the onset. Codorníu is a prestigious winery, historic, capable of combining tradition and innovation, well-regarded due to a constantly modern and elegant image and to high quality products, identifying with the terroir and made with great respect shown for Nature. Josep Raventós produced his first bottle...