Cava driven Bubbles by the River Thames with Codorniu

Written on 26th June 2017 by Christopher Walkey in cava

Consider Cava

Written on 23rd May 2017 by Elizabeth Schweitzer in cava

I Love Diversity, that’s why I Love Cava

Written on 2nd March 2017 by Anna Wallner in cava

Pop across the river to get away from the hustle and bustle of Canary Wharf, after a short ferry ride you are transported to Spanish tranquillity at the Anna De Codornius Pop Up which has ... Read more

In the ancestry of sparkling wine; let’s consider Cava, Champagne’s distant cousin. Cava is made by the traditional method, the same as Champagne and spends at least nine months on its lees. Most Cava is ... Read more

The diversity within the DO Cava is both a blessing and a curse and many people working with Cava would agree on this. I choose to see the positive side. So what is actually so ... Read more

Cava, mainly produced in Catalonia and using the same traditional method as Champagne, is exported to 130 countries, producing nearly 250 million bottles a year. The new premium bottles sell for up to £86 under ... Read more

In wine terms at least, the end of the year often seems synonymous with festive sparklers. Prosecco keeps on attracting the punters, Champagne is always there for that special occasion and supermarket shelves remain adorned ... Read more

There's quite a lot of talk in wine circles at the moment, about Grower Champagnes. These are Champagnes made usually by small (the current buzzword is 'boutique') producers who own their own vineyards, in the ... Read more

When visiting wineries is not an option, it’s a treat when an expert can bring their knowledge and passion to you. The minute MW Sarah Jane Evans begins her Cava seminar at the IWINETC in ... Read more

CAVA

Over the past forty or so years, a number of books have been written about Spanish wines in general and Cava in particular, in Spanish and the Catalonian regional language, often with direct translations into ... Read more

Cavas you can find in the Supermarket

With these affordable Cavas, there's no need to wait for a special occasion to have a glass a bubbly. Great with a meal or just an evening drink, this Spanish sparkler offers great value for money. ... Read more

Cava, mainly produced in Catalonia and using the same traditional method as Champagne, is exported to 130 countries, producing nearly 250 million bottles a year. The new premium bottles sell for up to £86 under ... Read more

In wine terms at least, the end of the year often seems synonymous with festive sparklers. Prosecco keeps on attracting the punters, Champagne is always there for that special occasion and supermarket shelves remain adorned ... Read more

There's quite a lot of talk in wine circles at the moment, about Grower Champagnes. These are Champagnes made usually by small (the current buzzword is 'boutique') producers who own their own vineyards, in the ... Read more

When visiting wineries is not an option, it’s a treat when an expert can bring their knowledge and passion to you. The minute MW Sarah Jane Evans begins her Cava seminar at the IWINETC in ... Read more

Cavas you can find in the Supermarket

With these affordable Cavas, there's no need to wait for a special occasion to have a glass a bubbly. Great with a meal or just an evening drink, this Spanish sparkler offers great value for money. ... Read more

Wine Pleasures reveals this year’s best Christmas Cavas

The publications’ top rated Cavas goes to two producers each receiving Gold medals and 98 points: Adernats XC (2008) at €31,75 and Codorníu Reina Mª Cristina Blanc de Noirs (2012) at €18,95. The Wine Pleasures tasting team tasted a range ... Read more

Wine Pleasures Announces Gold Medal Winning Cavas for 2016

Wine Pleasures has published the results for its annual wine competition 50 Great Cavas. Adernats XC (2008) and Codorníu Reina Mª Cristina Blanc de Noirs (2012) win Gold and receive scores of 98 points. 8 ... Read more

Miltrentaset

Miltrentaset has created a new innovated, stylish and high quality sparkling white wine that will be launching in the following weeks. Miltrentaset was born in Sant Sadurní de Noia, a small town outside of Barcelona ... Read more

Copa de Cava

Inspired by atmospheric bodegas dotted across Catalunya, Copa de Cava is wonderful Cava and wine bar located in the heart of London, 3 minutes from St Pauls. Cava is a Spanish wine mostly coming from ... Read more

 
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