Varieties: Garnacha, Monastrell.
Designation of Origin: Cava, Penedes, Spain.
Alcohol Content: 12.0 Vol.
Residual Sugar: 10.8 g/l.
Total Acidity (H2SO4): 3.85 g/l.
Appearance: Cherry color with ruby tones. Fine persistent bubbles and white foam.
Aroma: Elegant aroma of flowers and fruit (strawberry and raspberry) with notes of cask ageing.
Flavor: Rounded and very feminine on the palate, with fine bubbles and foam. In the mouth it is fresh and bright, with a pleasant finish.
Recommended for drinking on its own at any time, as an aperitif and with light meals. Serve at 5-6ºC.
Harvest: Manual and Mechanical. Garnacha: second half of September. Monastrell: first week of October. Fermentation: 1st fermentation in stainless steel thermo-regulated vats at a temperature of 16-18ºC.
Ageing: Aged an average of 12 months in bottle.
Bottle: Standard green cava, 750 ml.