Vega Barcelona Cava Brut

"Hard to go wrong with this bubbly"

Vega Barcelona Cava Brut

Non Vintage, Cava Spain
  • Recommended by New York Times, Wine Enthusiast and NZ Herald in their "Best of the Summer sparklers" picks for 2014
  • "Crisp on the finish with a decent amount of elegance...hard to go wrong with this bubbly" (Wine Enthusiast)
  • Cava is to Spain what Champagne is to France (at a fraction of the price!)
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    Cava from Spain and Prosecco from Italy – two sparkling styles that have taken the world by storm, simply for the fact that you can grab a decent bottle of the stuff at half the price of an entry level wine that has the word Champagne slapped on the label!

    Cava is made in the same way as Champagne (called Methode Traditionelle) and is a lot closer in terms of taste to Champagne than Prosecco. Much like most of the wine coming out of this part of the world it also offers almost outrageous value for money!

    Vega Barcelona (from, wait for it, Barcelona!) is proof you don’t need to shell out top dollar to get good quality fizz.

    Wine Enthusiast magazine rated it an impressive 88/100 and said "Crisp on the finish with a decent amount of elegance…hard to go wrong with this bubbly". Recommended by the New York Times and our own national rag the NZ Herald listed it in their "Best of the Summer sparklers" in 2014, calling it a "zingy, dry, great value cava".

    If you’re new to the Spanish bubbly scene branch out and try something new this summer – Spanish wines are going off right now and it’s not hard to see why.

    The Lowdown: 11.5% alc / 750ml / Cork

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