In honour of the heiress of the Codorníu estate who united the Codorníu and Raventós families by marriage in 1659. A pure, lively, feminine Brut Nature according to the winery’s own description. A blend of Chardonnay with the classic Penedés grape varieties, brilliant, light, aromatic and very fresh.
What does this wine taste like?
|Yellow / Bright / Greenish glints|
|Citrus fruits / Honey / Walnut / Apple / Almond blossom|
|Balanced / Delicate / Long|
Drinking and storing
Seafood / Fish / White meats / Carpaccios / Sushi
better then France champagne
green apple notes, light pear notes, slightly baked well for me it is better then champagne i like the nice test of it and it work so well well sea food fantastic i discover it not long a go for me i only buy from now own Spanish Brut love it
This Cava offers a great quality alternative to Champagne and real value for money. Fresh fruit flavours and toasty oak characters make this very drinkable indeed!
We enjoy this fizz- we discovered the brand on holiday in Spain, and it makes a nice cheap alternative to other low cost fizz in the UK. Excellent value.
Needs to be very chilled. Nice body to it. Some people find it a bit too bubbly though!
Imbatible la relación precio/calidad de ese cava. Siempre hay unas botellas en el frigorífico. Puede competir con un champán, pero está más ligero. Recomendable tanto como aperitivo o acompañado en el segundo plato.
|Ageing period||12 months|
With its origins dating back to 1551, Codorníu is considered to be Spain's oldest family firm, the winery that pioneered Cava production and a very fine brand right from the onset. Codorníu is a prestigious winery, historic, capable of combining tradition and innovation, well-regarded due to a constantly modern and elegant image and to high quality products, identifying with the terroir and made with great respect shown for Nature. Josep Raventós produced his first bottle...