Spanish sparkling wine, usually made using methode champenoise.
Spanish sparkling wine made using the Champagne method, undergoing its second fermentation in the bottle that's sold to the public. This term in Spanish may also mean the cellars used for aging wines.
Spanish sparkling wine created in the same manner as French champagne, using the method champenois. Most cavas are produced in the Penedés area of Catalonia. Grapes commonly used are macabeo, xarello, and parellada. Most cavas are aged a minimum of 18 to 24 months prior to release.
Spanish for "cellar," but also a Spanish sparkling wine made in the traditional Champagne style from Xarello, Macabeo and Parellada grapes.
(CAH-bah) - Spanish sparkling wine.
Spanish term for sparkling wine.
(Spanish) A Spanish sparkling wine produced using the Methode Champenoise method. Traditionally produced using the varieties, Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada, it is now increasingly made using Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
A popular Spanish sparkling wine. The word originated in Catalonia, where it means "cellar." Cava is produced by the méthode champenoise, the traditional French method of bottle-fermenting champagne.
A popular sparkling wine made using méthode Champenoise, the traditional French method of bottle-fermenting champagne.
A sparkling wine, usually from Penedés (with Xarel.lo, Parellada and Macabeu grapes) made in accordance with the Methode Champenois and aged at least nine months. There is a Gran Reserva qualification for aged Cavas of the Penedés
sparkiling wine made by the champagne method
(cah-vah) The Spanish term for "cellar" it is also refers to Spanish sparking wine.
sparkling wine made by the champagne method