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Characteristics of Coupage de Alicia Brut Reserva
Coupage de Alicia Brut Reserva is a cava made by the Conde de Valicourt winery, in the D.O. Cava.
This winery is located in an excellent cava producing region, Sant Sadurní d'Anoia. The winery is characterised by its artisanal winemaking and limited production to preserve its top quality.
Coupage de Alicia Brut Reserva is made exclusively from native varieties in Penedès: Xarel·lo, Macabeo and Parellada.
To make it, the 'flor' grape must obtained from the first pressing process ferments at a controlled temperature. Later, the wine undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle to convert it into a cava. After this traditional vinification, Coupage de Alicia Brut Reserva ages for 24 months in stacks.
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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.
Conde de Valicourt is a small winery in Sant Sadurni d'Anoia. Located in the center of town, dating back to 1940, when Pere Montserrat, father of Martin, the current owner and winemaker, began to develop under the name cava Montserrat Brothers, then I would use the name Permont's ( Pere Montserrat abbreviations), and several years later would be associated with the descendants of Conde de Valicourt (Reims, northern France), who eventually would buy the name as a trademark.