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More tips on exciting cava from Catalonia for the festivities

One should not make the mistake to believe that cava is a cheap alternative to champagne. No more than that sancerre is a cheap version of white burgundy (or vice versa). No, cava is its very own wine style, own grape varieties, own terroir. Why not make an inspired and slightly different choice for New Year (or other festivities) and choose a good cava instead of, yes, you know, that other district starting with a “c”? Here are a few suggestions of producers worth trying:

  • Pares Balta
  • Gramona
  • Jane Ventura
  • Juve y Camps,
  • Bodegas Langa
  • Agusti Torrelló
Bottles in the cellars of a cava producer in Catalonia, Spain

Bottles in the cellars of a cava producer in Catalonia, Spain, copyright BKWine Photography

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