A semi-sweet Cava made from an unusual blend of two very dissimilar single varietals and a liqueur d'expedition aged in barrel, which endows it with just the right amount of sweetness and some delicate aromatic and flavour touches. A golden-yellow colour with glints of bright gold, it releases a wide array of aromas, featuring hints of toffee, citrus touches and ripe fruit notes. It is creamy and full of body on the palate, with good acidity which provides liveliness and freshness. Revealing a smooth, persistent and flavoursome aftertaste, it is a Cava specially designed for accompanying desserts, but is also ideal for pairing up with sweet and sour dishes, foie gras and strong cheeses.
What does this wine taste like?
|Deep gold / Golden glints / Bright|
|Caramel / Fruit aromas / Ripe fruit|
|Creamy / With body / Crunchy / Good acidity / Strawberries / Vivacious / Flavoursome / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Desserts / Cakes and pastries / Dishes with sweet and sour sauce / Foie gras / Cured cheeses / Sweet things / Fresh fruit / Chocolate
I first tasted this whilst at Llpart in September last year. It is one of the best cava's I have tasted. Smooth and so drinkable, second purchase and it will not be my last.
Perfecto para postres...!!!
Me ha sorprendido positivamente Perfecto para postres...!!! Un cava fino y agradable, marida muy bien con foie y es una compra buena, repetiré...!!!
|Ageing period||18 months|
Ex Vite Vita. 'Life comes from the vine', the definition of a winery with deep roots in the land and centuries of tradition. Committed exclusively to wine production since the 18th Century, although dedicated to vine growing since 1385, Llopart is today a key name in the world of Cava, not only due to its excellent products (with the first dating back to 1887), but also for having been one of the definitive driving forces behind the recognition of Cava as a product of prestige...