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Perelada Brut Reserva

An elegant and versatile Brut Reserva cava

75 cl.

Perelada Brut Reserva

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85
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Cava Brut. 15 months in bottle.
6.70
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Perelada Brut Reserva comes from a typical coupage from the area, Xarello and Parellada, and with a slight ageing in stacks to polish the bubbles. As a result, we have a young sparkling wine, with fruity notes and a not-too-dry finish that makes it ideal for any time of day.

Cava Brut. 15 months in bottle.
Alcohol: 11.50%
Type of sparkling wine: Cava
Winery: Perelada
Volume: 75 cl.
Production area: Spain Catalonia
Spain Contains sulphites
Varieties: 45% Xarel·lo, 30% Macabeo, 25% Parellada
Cava Brut. 15 months in bottle.

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Alcohol
11.50%
Production area
Type of sparkling wine
Winery
Varieties
45% Xarel·lo, 30% Macabeo, 25% Parellada
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites

Historically, the great economic engine of D.O. Empordà has been and still is Perelada. Many other wineries have looked up to them. Although it produces a wide range of wines, from the more linear and competitive ones to the those that are more exclusive, such as Finca Garbet, the Finca Malaveïna or the Ex Ex collection, among others, it also offers wines made with native varieties, such as the Red and White Grenache, Samsó, etc. However, more than the numerical weight of the wine variety, we must point out the effort made by this winery to halt the progressive decline suffered by the area's image, as a land of bulk wines, where the few bottled wines were oxidised, and others were not too marketable. It is safe to say that Perelada lead the way and marked the new path of the Empordà wines.