S.O.S. Rescue your cava from the back of the cupboard


Ten reasons why…


1 Cava is more affordable than champagne and great as a midweek sipper.

2  If the full on fruitiness of Prosecco is not up your street, cava is a perfect alternative.

3 Cava can be drunk as an aperitif and also enjoyed with lots of food too.


4 Cava is made in the same way as champagne and with as much care.


5 Cava producers have a long history of sparkling wine production – as long as champagne (so a wealth of experience too).

josep bonell winemaker at 1+1=3 winery

Josep Bonnell vineyard manager

6 Cava production is highly regulated (like champagne) it’s not just any old fizz!

7 As well as indigenous grapes (xarel.lo, macabeo and parellada) cava producers also use pinot noir and chardonnay the same grapes used for champagne making.

8 Cava grapes are grown in a climate perfect for grape growing, sheltered by the Monserrat mountains and the Pyrenees.


9 Cava comes in a range of sweetness levels from bracingly dry to lusciously rich.

10 Be an early adopter, make a new discovery today… and wow your friends!


Tempted? Give this special Spanish cava from the quirky winery 1+1=3 a try….

Best regards

The team at The Fizz Company