£10.40/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Yellow / Golden glints / Clean / Bright / Fine mousse|
|Frank / Clean / Floral scents / White flowers / Fruit aromas / Fresh fruit|
|Structured / Fresh / Good acidity / Well-integrated carbonic acid / With personality / Floral notes / Crunchy|
When it’s nice, it’s gorgeous
This can be a really lovely semi-sec Cava and I have it quite often and the only downside is that it can be just a little variable. Most of the time it’s great but every so often I’ll get a batch that is not quite so good - a little sour or a little woody. I wonder if it’s an age thing - maybe some bottles have been on the shelf a bit longer than others ??? It’s only a guess, I have no idea really - but I will continue to order it because, for the money, it’s still either just good or very often excellent.
This cava is full of flavour, semi dry, having just a hint of sweetness. It's lovely on its own and fantastic with a little freshly squeezed orange juice on a hot day, the perfect sundowner.
The taste of summer in Spain!
This is my favourite cava.It is light, sweet and bubbly.I was unable to locate it in a local shop so looked on line.I am very happy to have found Vinissimus and will order from them again.
My wife loves this wine unfortunately it's not as easy to come by it in the uk since brevity. Another reason we should have remained in Europe.
Marvelous easy to drink with anything sparkling wine. Lovely for summer evenings. With fantastic service from vinissimuss.
The history of Freixenet dates back to 1861, the year in which the family business Casa Sala, the predecessor of Freixenet, was founded by Francesc Sala Farrés, who was succeeded by his son Joan. In 1911, the heiress of Casa Sala, Dolores Sala Vivé, married the youngest member of the Ferrer de la Freixeneda family, Pedro Ferrer Bosch, nicknamed Freixenet; the couple, together with Joan Sala, began to produce sparkling wine using the traditional method. In 1914 the...