Rosé cavas represent the glamor and elegance of cavas. They use red grape varieties and the must has minimal contact with the grape to get that rosé color. The production process that follows is the same as the rest of the cavas. There are rosé cavas, reserve rosé cavas and great reserve rosé cavas.
What varieties are used in the production of rosé cava?
Garnatxa, Monastrell, Pinot Noir and Trepat are used to make rosé cavas.
What is the tasting note for rosé wines?
Most rosé cavas have an onion skin color to salmon pink. Very desirable to the eye. On the nose they have aromas of red fruits, berries and flowers. In the mouth it is very delicious with memories of forest fruits together with a very fine, persistent and creamy bubble.
What dishes do rosé cavas go well with?
It is increasingly common to drink cava with any meal. Rosé cavas work well in aperitifs, dinners, lunches or brunches. They are ideal at any time. Rosé cava are perfect for success. Their versatility, great personality and lightness make them perfect to take with many different dishes and meals.
Why is rosé cava the trendy cava?
As well as being ideal for any meal of the day, it serves to accompany many dishes such as rice, fish, sushi, seafood or some white meats. Over the last few years the jump has been huge.
At LaVinateria you will find the best rosé cava to drink with friends, rosé cava for aperitifs, rosé cava to give as a gift and rosé cava for all meals. In our online store you can buy the best rosé cava in Spain at an incredible price.
Which are the most renowned wineries that you will find in LaVinateria?
From well-known wineries such as Agustí Torelló, Alta Alella, Llopart, Gramona, Freixenet, Mas Codina and Raventós i Blanc to less coveted wineries such as AT Roca, Carles Andreu, Privat or Oliveda among others.