Cava is a Spanish sparkling wine of Denominación de Origen (DO) status. It can be white or rosé and is mainly produced in Catalonia. Macabeu, parellada and xarel·lo are the most popular and traditional grape varieties for producing cava. Only wines produced in the traditional method (méthode champenoise) can be labelled cavas, and locals still call it champán or champaña in Spanish, or xampany in Catalan.

Cava is an important part of Catalan and Spanish family tradition, and is a favourite at baptisms, marriages, banquets, dinners and parties.

Castell d Olerdola Rosado Cava Brut
Castell de Olerdola
Castell d Olerdola Rosado Cava Brut
Castell d' Olérdola Rosado Cava Brut, DO Penedès, Spain Trepat 60% Monastrell 20% and Garnatxa 20%. Second fermentation in the bottle and aged for 12 months before disgorgement. This pleasant Brut Rosado cava has an elegant, brilliant,...