A fuller bodied Rosé with a fantastic synergy of bright fruit, fizz and creamy finish.
Estate: Founded in 1921 by pioneer winemaker Joan Juvé Baqués along with his wife Teresa Camps Farré, Juvé Y Camps is located in San Sadurní d’Anoia [the birthplace of Cava] in the northeastern Penedès region near Barcelona. Joan Juvé Baqués restored the estate’s vineyards and was at the forefront of revitalizing the area’s wine production. Today the estate consists of 2700 acres of vineyards and is headed by the 3rd generation, who have established the estate “as the most highly regarded Cava producer in Spain”. Their wines are served at state banquets and government events.
Philosophy: To craft wines using “traditional, high quality winemaking practices”.
Winemaking: Grapes for the Brut Rosé were sourced from the 200 acre Feixa vineyard with clay and limestone soil. The Cava is made in the ‘Traditional Method’ [the same method used for Champagne] in which it undergoes a secondary fermentation in the bottle.
Tasting Notes: Dark pink with copper highlights, with aromas of strawberry and minerals. Floral notes accent vivid strawberry and raspberry flavours, whilst chalky minerals and traces of bitter almond comprise the rich, creamy-like finish.
100% Pinot Noir
Cava/ San Sadurní d’Anoia
Bottled by Juvé Y Camps