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Characteristics of Gran Juvé y Camps
Gran Juvé y Camps is a cava Brut Gran Reserva produced by Juvé y Camps in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, supported by D.O. Cava.
It is produced form a coupage of Macabeo (25%), Xarel·lo (25%), Perellada (25%) and Chardonnay (25%) varieties. The grapes are produced on an estate owned by the winery in Espiells. The harvest is done by hand, always waiting for the optimum ripening point of the grapes.
After the selection, the grapes are pressed in order to obtain the wine base. Gran Juvé y Camps rests for 42 months in the bottle in the silence of the caves before its degorging.
This cava is the most emblematic from Juve y Camps, a winery with a history for more than two centuries, obsessed with the quality of each cava it produces.
Gran Juvé y Camps only produces vintages that are considered exceptional. A very elegant, subtle and refined cava.
SightPretty pale golden colour. Fine and ephemeral bubbles that form a stable crown.NoseComplex and expressive on the nose. Yet there is still a lot of freshness in the Gran Reserva. White flowers, citrus, pastries and apples notes mixed with soft toasted notes and honey.TasteOn the mouth the cava is intense, silky and pleasant. Creamy, unctuous and very persistent. Lively on the palate with sensations that can be encountered on the nose. Citrus, apple. A good intensity and long finish.
SightA pale yellow colour with golden reflections, very bright. Fine bubbles.NoseGood intensity, complex and elegant with a good balance of aromas of ripe white fruit, fine toasted notes, nice, light notes of aromatic herbs and nuances of dried fruit and aniseed.TasteVery bulky attack, creamy and unctuous on the palate, which shows the total integration of the fizziness. This is an intense, delicate and very well made cava, with a persistent finish.
SightCava with an expressive golden colour that keeps a slightly pale tone, despite its long ageing process. Its splendid effervescence generates multiple strings of ephemeral bubbles that rise to the surface forming a stable crown. NoseIts aroma is penetrating, complex, cheerful and very fresh. This is a surprising cava since, despite being a Gran Reserva, it retains a huge freshness. Clear notes of white flowers and fleshy fruits are perceived together with hints of pastry, nuts and aniseed. Complexity grows steadily with the emergence of toasty notes.
Once in the mouth it is intense, inspiring and extremely enjoyable. Its effervescence gently caresses our palate, showing all the creaminess of its foam. This unctuous and persistent cava, leaves souvenirs of its deep and delicate aromas.
SightCava of maintaining expressive golden pale tones, despite its long aging process. His splendid excitement generates multiple strings of ephemeral bubbles rising to the surface to form a stable crown. Nose
Its aroma is pervasive, complex, happy and very fresh. This is a surprising cava, because, despite being a Gran Reserva, retains huge freshness in the distinguished clear notes of white flowers and fleshy fruits.
Once in the mouth it is intense, inspiring and extremely enjoyable. Its effervescence gently caressing our palate, showing all the creaminess of the foam. Unctuous and persistent, leaves us the memory of her deep and delicate aromas.
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.
To talk about Juvé & Camps we do not need to turn to its past. However, time in the world of wine is too often the only truth to confirm, once again, that beginnings forged a large part of the best wine history of a region. And that cannot be ignored or forgotten. Because the history of anonymous and simple wines usually ends with the grape types and the region of origin. However, the history of good wines always leads to a special vineyard and a tradition that has often been preserved for several generations. In short, a whole winery philosophy, where its innate sensitivity and its unique vision of future make the wines of Juvé & Camps take part in this secret complicity between science and pleasure, harvest after harvest.