Cava Brut is a delicious bubbly wine with a dry and a little sweet taste. Brut Cavas are those sparkling wines to which a small amount of sugar has been added, not exceeding 12g per liter. These cavas stand out for being fruity, but with a point of acidity that makes them the ideal pairing for light starters.
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A good Cava Brut is ideal to enhance the flavors of desserts and appetizers, thanks to its delicious acidity and the bubbles that cleanse the palate before each bite.
A delicate elixir, with soft effervescences that offers exotic aromas and balanced flavors. With an astringent sensation that harmonizes with the sweet touch of the traces of the fruit.
These exquisite liqueurs are endorsed by connoisseurs and satisfied customers who return for another sparkling and fun experience.
To achieve a good Cava Brut it is necessary to give oneself with a true vocation and love for viticultural traditions. As well as the expert hands of an excellent winemaker.
Wineries with 100 years of tradition, located in lands recognized for the excellence of their wines. Broths made with patience, dedication and knowledge so that you can pamper your palate.
They are located in Barcelona, a land where Cavas find the best grapes. A tradition with a family stamp that has given us magnificent signature wines.
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Cava Brut is a sparkling wine with a low sugar concentration that undergoes a first fermentation in barrel and a second in bottle. This produces a bubbly and refreshing drink.
The production process is similar to that of Champagne, only the latter is made in France, while Cava is exclusive from Spain. That is why when it comes to our wine the terminology of Denomination of Origin Cava is used.
Of course, Cavas have different typologies, which differ both by the duration of the aging process and by the degree of sugar they contain. For example, Cava Brut is one that presents a flavor with a slight sweet touch.
Now, the Cava Brut Reserva owes its name to the fact that it has spent a minimum of 18 months of aging in the bottle, which gives dry and astringent notes to its flavor, and an explosion of exotic aromas.
Although the name may make you doubt, the reality is that Semi-Dry Cava contains more sugar than Brut. Therefore, the first is sweeter than the second.
There is a categorization to classify wines according to the amount of sugar they contain. Of course, this makes them more or less sweet on the palate. Glucose is necessary for fermentation, as it is consumed by yeast.
That is why winemakers often add certain types of glucose to keep the process active for longer and achieve a sweeter taste.
The Cava Brut Nature and Extra Brut are considered among the most natural, because they only use the glucose obtained from the same grape. This makes them less sweet than the other categories within this classification.
As we already mentioned, there are three types of Cavas that carry the “Brut" label. These differ from each other by the amount of sugar calculated for each liter of wine. In that case we would have the following:
Now, from this moment on, the wines begin to adopt a sweeter nuance, which has nothing to do with the dryness of these, since this is a condition that they acquire due to the aging time and the amount of tannins. Continuing with the classification by sugar level we have:
We could say that Sweet Cava is the softest, given that it contains a much higher amount of sugar than any other. Due to this characteristic, it is widely used in the preparation of desserts and to accompany light and sweet meals.
For its part, Semi-Dry Cava is considered the second most gentle type of cava.