|Type||Catalan sparkling wine|
Raventós i Blanc de Nit2018
Other bottle sizes and vintages
£19.25/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Pale pink / Salmon glints|
|Citrus fruits / White fruit / Cherries|
|Vibrant / Good acidity / Smooth / Well-integrated carbonic acid|
¿Como tomar este vino?
Aperitifs, Roasted poultry, Grilled squid
Ratings and awards
|2009||90 PN||93 PK|
|2008||90 PN||91 PK|
Fantastic value and quality rose Cava
lovely sparkler, best rose cava I have tried, such a versatile drink, can be enjoyed with or without food. Gave is 5 stars in comparison with other similar wines including champagnes. It is lighter than a top champagne, but still has all the pleasure. I think that a touch of Mourvedre gives it colour and body making it a bit fuller than a typical cava.by: Mark D, London (20/02/2017) - Vintage 2014
A very good Cava
I first drank this wine with my wife and some friends in an upscale tapas bar in a fashionable part of London. We enjoyed it very much but....it was expensive! I was amazed when I saw the price at Vinissimus and since then it has become a regular buy.by: Victor Arraez (09/03/2017) - Vintage 2014
Caracter & Elegance
I love this Cava since the first time I tried it few years back in Ibiza! Its elegant with character, crisp on the palate and with the right amount of bubbles for me! I'll buy 3/4 cases 3 times a year more or less !!! Enjoy !!by: Johpe (9 Mar) - Vintage 2018
Wonderful (not a) Cava
This is the best rose Cava (which is actually not a Cava since they broke out of the appellation)! Wonderful small bubbles and amazing value, this one beats quite a few French Champagnes in my book.by: Chris Y (28/09/2019) - Vintage 2017
A very good cava
A rose cava with a pleasant dryness but not acidic. It's flavour is reminiscent of rosy apples and has a decent length. A very acceptable alternative to pink champagne at a fraction of the price.
|Vine age||48 years|
|Soil||Clay / Sandy loam|
Raventós i Blanc
There are few family-run wineries that can date back their wine-making traditions as far as this one can. Their ownership of 90 hectares of vineyards and woodlands located around Sant Sadurní d'Anoia can be traced back to 1497, passing intact through the hands of 18 generations. Furthermore, Josep Raventós Fatjá is accredited with producing the first Cava and using grapes from this estate in 1872. The family has had close links in the past with Cordoníu, and consequently the...
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