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Cava Codorníu Cuvée 1872 Rosé

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8.90 €
Cava Codorníu Cuvée 1872 Rosé is available for purchase in increments of 6

  • Cava Brut
  • Winery: Codorníu
  • Region: D.O. Cava
  • Grapes: Trepat and Garnacha
  • Bottle: 75 cl

  • Availability: In stock

    Cava Codorníu Cuvée Extra Rosado

    • Type: D.O. Cava
    • Alcohol: 11,50% vol.
    • Grape varieties: Trepat and Garnacha
    • Residual Sugars: 8 - 10 gr/l.
    • Ageing: Minimum of 9 months stored for at least in the cellars
    • Service temperature: Serve chilled (6º- 8ºC). If necessary, chill for a couple of hours in an ice bucket with water, salt and ice. Avoid sudden chilling in the freezer. Store upright.

     

    Cuvée Barcelona 1872 pays tribute to our origins, commemorating the year in which Josep Raventós crafted the first bottle of cava. A brut cava made as in the past, reviving the original and readapting it to the present. A cava with rich aromatic nuances, creaminess and intense expression. And draped in a bottle inspired in our own history, typical modernist stained glass windows.

    Winegrowing

    In order to make Cuvée Barcelona 1872 Rosé, every year we select the choicest traditional red varietals. The harvest commences at the end of August and lasts until the end of September when the Parellada grapes, which are grown on higher ground, have ripened. Good ripening that respects the grape’s acidity provides us with raw material with great cellaring potential.

    Winemaking

    For this cava we have reproduced the same techniques used half a century ago in our winery, readapting them to today. Traditional winemaking made up for the lack of technology with ingenious solutions. The fermentation temperature of the musts was strictly controlled using a system known as “capas” (layers). Fresh must was added to must undergoing fermentation to lower the temperature. The resulting changes in temperature improve the texture of the cava.

    Back then the must was fermented in cement tanks covered with ceramic tiles, cairons, and also in wooden kegs. Today in our winery these materials coexist with stainless steel vats, adding to the range of aromas and flavours of the base wine and subsequently of the final cava. Oak is used in the fermentation of the musts with the aim of obtaining wines with a more varietal character but without bringing out the toastiness. Once the final blend of the base wines has been defined, the wine is bottled along with the expedition liqueur (wine, sugar, clarifier and yeasts). The bottles are racked in the underground cavas where the second fermentation takes place followed by a period of aging in contact with the lees of the yeasts. The wine spends at least 9 months in the winery. Enough time to attain a balance between its fruity character, coming from the grapes, a richer expression contributed by the lees and the perfect integration of the carbonic gas throughout fermentation during cellaring

    Sensorial Properties

    Aspect: Delicate pale pink tone. Fine bubbles.

    On the nose and mouth: Vibrant fruity aromas on the nose with notes of red fruit, citrus underlain with notes of brioche from aging. An expressive creamy mouthfeel with fine very well integrated bubbles, fresh and rounded on the palate.

    Food Matching

    A cava to be enjoyed at any time of day, with breakfast, brunch, lunch, aperitifs or dinner. A perfect pairing with our varied cuisine: Cold entrées, aperitifs, assorted cold meats, cheeses, bread with tomato, sardines, snails, white meat casseroles, rice dishes, rice cooked with seafood and meat, cannelloni, escudella stew...

    Additional Information

    Winery Codorníu
    Location Sant Sadurní d'Anoia
    Grape varieties Grenache, Trepat
    Denomination of Origin D.O. Cava
    Eco-friendly No
    Volume 75 cl
    Aging Cava
    Aging Minimum of 12 months

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    Meet the Winery Codorníu

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    Tradition

    Codorníu were the first winery to create cava using Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Pallerada grapes. Codorniu owns the oldest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, used for the production of cava with vines aged 30 years or more. This makes them experts in wine-growing and wine-making using these varieties. They were the first winery to use international varieties, with the first Chardonnay cava in 1984, the first rose cava using Pinot Noir in 2001 and in 2008, the very first Blanc de Noirs, using Pinot Noir. We have created our own style for the cavas we produce, combining local and international grapes, to make stylish, very expressive, refreshing aromatic cavas, with utmost respect for grapes used and the land they come from. A complete range of cavas, of differing styles, to satisfy everybody's needs.


    Sustainability

    Sustainable farming is the essence of our philosophy of caring for the vines. We intervene only when strictly necessary, with less input in order to promote natural balance and biodiversity. The result is healthier grapes, bursting with flavour.


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