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Made exclusively for Tesco by award-winning producer Codorníu, this is a cracking Cava with light, refreshing citrus fruit flavours and a really generous fizz (lots of bubbles= stays fizzy in the glass longer)! A blend of three traditional grapes, this is one to put with canapes or - if early - add a splash of fresh orange juice for the freshest Bucks Fizz.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
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Victoria Moore - Telegraph Weekend 01/06/2013
“..the best £5 cava I have tried in quite a while. Still, if you really don’t like cava, you probably won’t like this. It’s pretty good, though, and a miracle at the price: made for Tesco by the cava giant Codorníu. If you want to be sure of having some of the same batch I tried then look for the lot code — it’s in teeny print, starting with the letter L. L3015D21 was the one I tried. Brisk and clean.”
Matthew Jukes - Weekend, Daily Mail 01/06/2013
“I cannot believe it, but the current bottling of Tesco Cava is a star. Get in quick and load up for the summer because this crunchy, refreshing, floral wine is a steal and you can be sure that it will impress all-comers. Don’t be put off by the price because this is a very classy wine.”
Olly Smith - Event Magazine, Mail on Sunday 21/07/2013
“Light, lemony and the best value fizz on the shelves of Britain today. Perfect choice for a party. Dive in and delight in its charms!”
Susy Atkins - Stella, Sunday Telegraph 28/07/2013
"Made by Codorniu, this is an absolute steal, dry and lively with a good depth of yeasty flavour and hint of lemon. Beats the socks off many fancier high street cavas."
Olly Smith - Event Magazine, Mail on Sunday 18/08/2013
"And if fish and chips are more your thing, you'll find Cava's crisp bubbles crackle across crunchy batter perfectly - try Tesco Cava Brut NV."
In 1551, Jaume Codorníu began making still wines in Penedès, Spain. In 1872, having studied the ‘champenoise method’ of sparkling wine production in Northern France, Josep Raventós, a descendant of Codorníu, applied the technique to the traditional Penedès grape varieties of Macabeo, Parellada & Xarel.Lo and created the first bottle of Cava. Today Codorníu is an award-winning winery with the best selling Cava brand in the UK and back home in Spain.
Bruno Colomer Marti
The grapes used in making Tesco Cava Brut come mainly from the area with the most Mediterranean climate in D.O. Cava, where local varieties exhibit their authentic character.