Fusion of our native variety grape Trepat with Pinot noir. Cava Gran Reserva: second fermentation in the bottle ageing on the yeast for more than 30 months in our cellars where developed the prefect maturity and aromatic potential.
Grape varieties: Pinot noir and Trepat.
Region: D.O. Cava. Subregion: Upper Penedes (Pinot noir and Trepat).
Altitude of the vineyards: 450m (Pinot noir and Trepat).
Climate: mild Mediterranean.
Annual rainfall: an average of 515 litres per square metre.
Soil: clay and calcareous.
Harvest: hand gathered to select the best grapes. Between August and October when each variety is at its peak of maturation.
Pressing and must fermentation: pneumatic press. Press maceration during 12 hours. Musts selection, only the best juices will be for the Duran Gran Reserva elaboration. Each variety of grapes fermented separately at a constant temperature of 16ºC in stainless steel tanks.
Blending of the base wine: Pinot noir 80% and Trepat 20%.
Bottling period: January 2010
Fermentation temperature: 15-18 ºC.
Ageing: for more than 30 months. Vintage dated each year.
Production vintage 2010: 3.220 bottles.
Appearance: presents a deep red-coloured cava with fine and persistent bubbles.
On the nose: fresh, floral, ripened red fruits with slightly nutty nose.
On the palate: perfectly balanced, full-bodied, pleasant with long and clean finish.
recommended for aperitif or combined with pasta, rice, blue fish, well-seasoned white meat and red meat stews.
served cold, between 6ºC to 8ºC, in flute glass type, transparent, tall, thin and without decoration.
|Winery||Duran Gran Reserva|
|Location||Castellví de Rosanes|
|Grape varieties||Pinot Noir, Trepat|
|Denomination of Origin||D.O. Cava|
|Aging||Minimum of 30 months|