Masia Bou Cava Brut

Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

From: £9.99

Cava is a great alternative to champagne for those of you who find prosecco too sweet and fruity.

This cava has some floral notes, ripe apples and pears with hints of citrus; it has great bubbles too. It makes a very pleasant aperitif.

Bottle size 750ml.

Why you should rescue cava from the cupboard.

Masia Bou Cava is made at the Cellars de L’Arboc winery in the village of L’Arboc. The winery brings together nine award-winning winemakers, who each produce their own wines as part of a cooperative. It was one of the first wineries in the area to ferment wines at low temperature which means their wines maintain great fruit notes, freshness, and a high quality.

  • Blend: 40% Xarel.lo, 40% Macabeo and 20% Parellada.
  • ABV: 11.5%.
  • Bottle size 750ml.
  • Dosage: 10g/l.
  • Aged for a minimum of 10 months.

1 review for Masia Bou Cava Brut

  1. Rated 3 out of 5


    Though we had it with lunch, and it was rich enough (despite its low alcohol of 11.5%) to work with our mushroom risotto, this Masai Bou Cava would be drinkable on its own. The first thing that struck me, and the last, was the attractively fine stream of bubbles in the glass, creating a persistent but gentle mousse on the palate à la Champagne. The next was the rounded mouthfeel, presumably coming from being aged on lees. The overall impression is of apples – some ripe pear fruit (as opposed to pear-drops), but mainly soft rich apples, like real cloudy apple juice, with a long dry orchard fruit finish. Cool simple front label & silver logos on black capsule would work well for parties and celebrations alike.

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