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WINE REVIEW: Two Grand Cru Sparkling Wines from Spain

April 30, 2021

Andrew Chalk of The Chalk Report highlighted two wines from Juvé & Camps, the worldwide leader of Gran Reserva Cava, in his latest post.

The Reserva de la Familia 2017 , which has zero dosage added, is described as “highly aromatic with deep, intense and elegant notes. Ripe white fruit flavors are followed by hints of fennel, toast and citrus.”

The Brut Rosé Pinot Noir NV, like all of the Juvé wines, comes from hand-harvested fruit and is “intense, fresh and exuberant with aromas of cherries and strawberries, hints of honey, toast, and floral notes. Creamy and delicate on the palate.” Read more HERE

Related Wines

    Juvé & Camps

    Juvé & Camps Reserva de la Familia Gran Reserva 2017

    Cava

    “Reserva de la Familia” (translating to ‘Reserve of the Family’) is the leading Gran Reserva in the world, always vintage-dated, and all the more notable because of the quality needed to produce it without dosage (‘Brut Nature’ designation).

    Juvé & Camps

    Juvé & Camps Brut Rosé Pinot Noir NV

    Cava

    Originally developed for the United States and now as popular as Reserva de la Familia, Juvé & Camps' flagship rosé is made from 100% Pinot Noir. Following the "Méthode Traditionnelle", it is aged for 15 months in the bottle. Categorized as 'Brut' with only 5g/l of dosage, it is intense, fresh and exuberant with aromas of bright red fruits.

Related Producers

    Juvé & Camps

    Penedès

    Juvé & Camps is indisputably the worldwide leader of Gran Reserva Cava. This family-owned, 100% estate-based producer is revered in Spain for its painstaking focus on quality and sustainability, and its important role within the country’s conversation on fine wine in general. A winegrowing family for over 200 years, in 1921 Juvé started producing the first sparkling wines under their name. They have been pioneers in the viticulture and production of Cava since then and, today, while Gran Reserva only accounts for 2% of all Cava production, it remains the focus of the estate."