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Gran Ducay Brut Nature Rosado Cava NV

Gran Ducay Brut Nature Rosado Cava NV

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Often Spanish rosado wines can have a bold colour, but here winemakers Jesús Prieto, Juan García and Javier Domeque have produced a pale pink Spanish sparkler. It is made from 100% Garnacha grapes which are left on their skins to allow the colour to bleed into the juice. This soft approach gives subtle red fruit flavours of wild strawberry and redcurrant with a wonderfully creamy texture. The finish is dry with the characteristic nutty, savouriness of Cava.

It is "elaborated" from the best Garnachas grapes and is made in a limited production of just 7,500 bottles a year.

Perfect enjoyed with Iberico ham, prawn, salmon or lobster dishes, cold cuts or lightly spiced food, especially when laughing with friends.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 12%
Current Stock: 56
BIN: BTL-0340
Vegan: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes
Style: Rosé
Style: Sparkling & Champagne
Designation: DO Cava
UPC: 8411789030430

More Information

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Aragón, Spain

The Aragón wine region is one of the largest in Spain, producing a wide range of wines, including red, white, rosé, and sparkling wines. Its climate is continental with hot summers and cold winters, while its diverse soils include limestone, clay, and slate. 

There are three sub-regions: Somontano, Campo de Borja, and Cariñena.

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Bodegas San Valero

Jesús Prieto, Juan García and Javier Domeque are the custodians of Cava at Bodegas San Valero. Their Gran Ducay D. O. Cava was launched in 1984 with the Cava Particular following in 2014 (originally this Cava was made solely for the consumption of members of the winery, so expect something rather special).

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Cava (Blend)

Cava was first produced in 1872 by Josep Raventos, inspired by Champagne. Cava is made by the Traditional (Champagne) Method and therefore has similarities in flavour and texture.

The traditional grapes are Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarel-lo; though Chardonnay, Malvasía, Garnacha, Trepat, Monastrell and Pinot Noir are also permitted.