With more than 150 years of history behind it, Freixenet has established itself as one of the most important Cava brands in the world thanks to the quality of its sparkling wines.
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The history of Freixenet was born in 1861, although in that year the company received the name of Casa Sala and were engaged in the export of wines. It was not until 1911 that sparkling wine began to be made following the traditional method of French Champagne, which was marketed from 1914 under the name of Freixenet.
The brand began to become nationally recognized thanks to the quality of its cavas, and at the end of the 20s its products began to be exported to other countries. In the 40s, one of the most representative sparkling wines of Freixenet, Carta Nevada, was created.
Another of the most emblematic milestones of the brand was the creation of the Freixenet Bubble in 1972, a symbol that accompanies the company as one of its hallmarks even today.
Over the years, Freixenet has been presenting more innovations in the sector of sparkling wines that have managed to consolidate the brand as one of the most important in the world of cava, both nationally and internationally.
To obtain these high quality products, excellent raw materials are grown in Freixenet's own vineyards, located in the Penedés (Catalonia). This area stands out for its variety of soils separated by mountains, plains and coast, as well as for its Mediterranean climate.
Freixenet divides its sparkling wines into three different collections according to their characteristics and properties. In the first place are the emblematic cavas, integrated by the most prestigious sparkling wines of the brand. The second collection is called Cuvées De Prestige, and in it are grouped the most particular and unique Freixenet cavas, made with less common varieties. Finally, there are other sparkling wines, composed of non-alcoholic cavas and those made from grape varieties from Italy.