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Details for Perelada Brut Reserva
Mild cheeses / Not very sweet desserts / Salpicon
- ViewFine and persistent bubbles / Pale yellow
- Bouquet:Ageing notes / Fruit aromas
- Mouth:Structured / Elegant / Full / With personality
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 5ºC and 6ºC
Delightful & Excellent Value
First off, this is a tasty dry and crisp cava that is full of bubbles. Too many cavas are a touch too sweet for our taste but this is bang on. Secondly, unlike a lot of Proseccos, it has a real depth of flavour. We couldn't disagree with an earlier reviewer who said it was much better than a cheap Champagne. Finally, if you question the value for money, take a look at the Waitrose website, where it is twice the price (and still receives fulsome reviews). Nuff said. Need a top up!by: George (03/12/2018)
Lovely tasting and refreshing cava at a very good price.Available in uk at a much higher price try it you will not be disappointedby: Stephen (02/08/2018)
Cava that has stood the test of time
This was the sparkling wine we served at our wedding reception 48 years ago. We have always bought a bottle or two when it has been available in restaurants where we have celebrated our anniversaries over the years and it is so good to be able to order direct from Spain. The quality is always excellentby: jenniferanne (08/02/2018)
I received this cava to make up for the shortfall in my order and I must say it is excellent.Waitrose sell this under their own name for double the price.by: Sam Dowling (30/11/2017)
Delicious, bubbly and fruity!
This was the Cava my sister in law purchased for her wedding in Spain almost four years ago, so has very happy memories for us. It's an exceptional Cava, great for drinking in the summer with friends and family
Perelada is a highly prestigious winery today, with a very complete range of wines, and an extensive group, behind whose success lies the exemplary business acumen of a family, the Suqué Mateu family, whose members have not only understood how to maximise the potential of the Empordá, the oldest wine-producing area of the Iberian peninsula, but have also helped immensely with its revitalisation. Perelada's history as a winery began with the acquisition of the town of Perel...