Earn Decántalo points when you place an order that you can exchange for gift wines.
Characteristics of Bertha Brut 1989
Bertha Brut 1989 is a cava Brut from the D.O Cava produced by Cava Bertha. This cava is a blend of 3 different grape varieties: Macabeo (40%), Xarel.lo (35%) and Parellada (25%).
The Cava Denomination of Origin is home to an ideal climate for the cultivation of vines and growing of grapes. The proximity to the Mediterranean Sea allows for warmer temperatures that are mild and temperate.
The grape varieties in this cava are the most typical varieties of the region. The grapes used for Bertha Brut 1989 are taken from selected vineyards from various winemakers in the area.
Once at the winery, the various grape varieties undergo the vinification process seperately. Once the first fermentation has been carried out, the wine is blended.
Bertha Raw 1989 then undergoes carbonic fermentation at 13 degrees for 12 to 18 months. Following this, disgorging occurs using traditonal methods, with only 8 grams per liter of liqueur d'expédition added to the final product.
Cava Bertha is known for developing high quality cavas in limited production. Until 1998, this cava was known as Josep Torres Sibill.
Cava was born under the constant shadow of its French counterpart, Champagne. However, produced over 1,200km away and a gap of over 100 years, Cava was always going to be a completely different product, even if produced using the same method and and sometimes with the same varieties. Firstly the climate and soil have a profound impact on the yields, while the plant strains that thrive here and completely different to those in the Champagne region. Fortunately, as more winemakers are becoming convinced of this, they are producing Cavas with their own personality, showing off the art of the second fermentation in the bottle like no other wine region in the world.
Until the late 1998 Exactly marketed under the names of Josep Torres Sibill, Cava Bertha has its foundations by developing high quality products from a fine selection of wines from Penedes base, with slow fermentation and long aging. A total of 6 different champagnes and a limited production.