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Juvé Bubbles Over with Potential this Holiday Season

December 15, 2022

The Connecticut Insider recently published a story capturing how perfectly captivating bubbles are this time of year.  The story, titled “Gift or sip one of these sparkling wines this holiday season” features Juvé + Camps’ Reserva de la Familia Gran Reserva Cava Brut Nature 2017 noting “this pale-gold wine gives repeated rise to an abundance of fine bubbles.” These bottles are great to enjoy year round, and tempting to keep rather than to gift!

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