Brut cava is a type of cava that can have up to 12 grams of sugar per litre. The sugar is added after the necking. These brut cavas have just the right amount of sweetness and are sweeter than Brut Nature or Extra Brut. This small amount of sugar makes the virtues of the cava stand out more and adds new pairings with which to combine this type of cava.
What is the dosage?
It is the expedition liqueur responsible for giving the final profile of the cava. It is a mixture of the base wine with sugar that allows you to find new varieties of cava. In the end, the amount of sugar contained in the expedition liqueur marks the difference between the cava. Why is it Brut Nature, Extra Brut, Brut, Extra-Der, Dry, Semi-Der or Sweet.
What does Cava Brut pair best with?
It is the perfect drink for all kinds of appetizers and starters. Although it can also work with main dishes of rice, seafood, or fish. Nowadays it is not surprising to see how all dishes are accompanied by a cava, so it is also ideal to have desserts with Cava Brut.
At what temperature should Cava be served?
First of all, the cava bottle must be stored properly. Then we will have to keep it in a horizontal position between 9ºC and 17ºC. Finally, a few hours before serving it needs to be in the fridge for a couple of hours to be able to serve Cava Brut between 5ºC and 8ºC. At LaVinateria we have the best cavas brut. You can buy cheap cava brut for all occasions at very affordable prices. We also have the best cavas brut to give to your friends and family to toast on special occasions.
Which wineries stand out in LaVinateria?
The most recognized wineries from LaVinateria's selection of brut cavas are: Agustí Torelló, AT Roca, Castellblanc, Llopart, Albet i Noya, Freixenet, Codorniu, Gramona, Juvé&Camps, Marquès de Monsitrol, Mas Codina, Bach, Parxet, Oliveda and Rovellats .