Cava d’Arciac Brut Rosé
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Region: Penedés, Spain
Grape varieties: Trepat
Cava d’Arciac Brut Rosé is made from the indigenous grape Trepat. The aromas and flavors offer citrus and wild strawberry notes.
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About Cava d’Arciac Brut Rosé
Cava d’Arciac Brut Rosé is made from the indigenous grape Trepat. The aromas and flavors offer citrus and wild strawberry notes. Serve chilled as an aperitif and with a wide range of your favorite dishes.
About Cellers de l’Arboç
The official denomination of Cava is based on the method of production as originally practiced in the Champagne region. That is: the secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle, followed by a minimum of nine months aging on the lees. This method was first introduced in the Penedés in the 1870s, using the traditional grape varieties Macabeu, Xarel-lo, and Parellada.
Although Cava may be produced in several areas of Spain, 98% comes from Catalonia and most of that, from Penedés. Cellers de l’Arboç was established in 1919, located in the center of the small village of l’Arboç, in the Penedés area. It was the first winery to vinify wines at low temperatures in the area. This is important as it allows the wines, particularly Cava, to retain fruit, freshness, and aromas. It also helps achieve a higher quality during secondary fermentation. In 2006 the winery built a new state-of-the-art facility at their present location.