Cava can sometimes get a bit of a bad wrap with some people having the misconception that its a 'cheap' drink with little to offer. However this is not the case, and its popularity is increasing as wine drinkers begin to see it as a good alternative to more expensive Champagnes. This is a fresh Cava, full of zesty fruit flavours with a touch of honey and floral notes on the palate.
Rosé cava characterised by a pale strawberry colour, rich fruity aromas and an abundant mousse. Fruity aromas of the Garnacha grape on the nose. Fresh and silky, pleasantly sweet on the palate with a good, well-balanced body. These characteristics make it an ideal wine to accompany sweet aperitifs and desserts. 70% trepat 30% garnacha
Spanning approximately 60 hectares, the vines at Rovereto are an average of 25 years old. The harvest is done by hand and the wine is aged for around 5 months in steel tanks, and further refined once it hits the bottle. This is an intense yet delicate wine with fresh fruit flavours such as green apple on the palate, the finish is long with a definite elegance.