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This is a lovely off-dry style of Cava, made from the traditional blend of grapes - Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo - but with a hint of sweetness.
Lots of fresh apple and lemon fruit, and a hint of toastiness.
Makes a great partner to fresh fruit, especially strawberries.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
Giles Kime - Sunday Telegraph 08/06/2014
"In summer, a chilled glass of lightly sweet champagne or sparkling wine makes a great match for puddings. This is a delicious inexpensive example of the style, and has crisp fruit flavours."
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 Demi Sec come mainly from the area with the most Mediterranean climate in D.O. Cava, where local varieties exhibit their authentic character.