£13.30/ 0.75 L btl
A Reserva Cava only produced in years of choice harvest.
What does this wine taste like?
|Deep yellow / Clean / Bright / Fine and persistent bubbles|
|Complex / Fruity / Apple / Ageing notes / Tertiary aromas|
|Tasty / Full / Elegant / Long|
Drinking and storing
Freixenet Reserva Brut Nature
Freixenet Reserva Brut Naturet Reserva Brut Nature we came across this by chance in a small super market in spain about five years age, there was three bottles of wine laying on the floor tow of then Freixenet Negro, and the other Freixenet Reserva Brut Nature the later we thought looked like a cheap champagne so we left it alone, the following day we wanted to get a another bottle of wine for the evening, all that was left was the bottle of Freixenet Reserva Brut Nature, how wrong we where to think of this wine as a cheap champagne, it is exceptional,
Cava was delivered before the day I expected it and proved every bit as wonderful as when I tasted it in Cadiz province! I'm not experienced with the language of wines, but it seems to me both gently savoury with no hint of sweetness but at the same time neither sharp nor fruity - suited to my taste. I would recommend it to anyone.
One of our favourite cavas...
A great cava. Extremely dry (as cava should be in my opinion!) and crisp, with a very fresh flavour. It's one we go back to time and time again...great value for money.
hermoso color pajizo .Buen olor a frutas tropicales. Fresco en la boca, Buena persistencia. Retrogusto largo. Visualmente limpio y de burbuja fina y duradera.
Erinnerung an Barcelona
Bei einer Rundreise in Barcelona haben wir die Freixenet Firme besucht. Dort bekamen wir zum Probieren diesen leckeren Sekt. Habe ihn dann gleich zu Hause bestellt. Und er schmeckt mir gut. Ist ein Sekt für schöne Anlässe. Sehr trocken , mit wenig Säure.
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...