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Borrasca Cava Brut – A Good Value for an Entry-Level Cava

Borrasca, Cava Brut, Catalonia, Spain, Wine Casual

Borrasca, Cava Brut, Catalonia, Spain

Tasting Note: A good, fruit-forward cava.

Medium-intensity lemon in color, this wine has a medium-intensity nose of lemon citrus peel, pear, golden apple and blossom with a hint of caramel.

On the palate the dry, medium-bodied cava has medium-intensity flavors suggested on the nose supported by medium acidity and completing with a lemon-citrus-infused, medium finish.

The wine is straightforward and bright.

A good value for an entry-level cava.

Bottle Note: Produced using the traditional cava method, this wine represents authentic Spanish quality sparkling wine and spends at least 9 months in the bottle. It is crisp, clean and well balanced and features delicate aromas and unique freshness. The unmistakable taste leads from a full ripe apple, pear and bright citrus nose, encouraging big, round, soft flavors in the mouth. The finish is appealing and long with a slight touch of ginger. A perfect wine for brunch, as well as with desserts such as nuts, puff pastries and chocolate treats.

Rating: 87 points
Price: $11
Alcohol: 11.5%
Importer: Saranty Imports, Stamford, Connecticut
Tasted: Home
Tasting Date: February 20, 2022

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