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Miret Reserva Brut Cava

Champagne/Sparkling WineMiret Brut Reserva Cava, NV, Penedes, Spain.

Available for £6.99 from Cooden Cellars [more]

Quite possibly the perfect 'party' wine. Fizz, long lasting flavours, easy to drink. A fresh, if not terribly intense aroma. Flavours of green fruit mixed with a nice biscuit complexity. Finishes with a lovely bitter twist and hints of nuts plus a floral quality.

Excellent by itself, with party foods and mixed with a dribble of Sirop de Cassis for a pink-hued, slight sweeter cocktail.

Alcohol 11.5%. Made in the traditional bottle fermented method. Macabeo, Carel.lo and Parellada being the grape varieties used.


Scribblings Rating - 88/100 [3.5 out of 5]


Spanish wine site Catavino is in the middle of a Cava-focused month - no mention of this producer (it is not mentioned in my Spanish Wine Bible either) but they do detail the grape varieties used in Cava production. The Miret website is hardly worth the trouble, offering little information other than theywere founded in 1918.



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