As with many producers in this part of the world, Juve Y Camps have moved the bulk of its wine making operation from the out-grown historical town centre building (in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia) to this purpose built facility in the countryside. The 22 second video below shows the complex briefly from out in the vineyard which, incidentally, includes the ubiquitous slow-motion walk of a vineyard worker…
The out-of-town complex I don’t think is currently open to visitors; though talk was had of hosting weddings and other events there. This I mention just in case you are in need of an original venue for your wedding, somewhere other than Tuscany or Umbria or Venice or Marbella… The town-side of the operation, in Sant Sadurní D’Anoia, is open to visitors subject to pre-booking.
And their wines? The deliciously creamy Reserva de la Familia Brut Nature was Juve y Camps triumph in the 50 Great Cavas competition along with the more delicate Gran Juvé y Camps Brut 2008, Both are fine examples. Their Pinot Noir rose, [Juve y Camps Brut Rose 2010], a delight with a plateful of seafood in a rich sauce, can be had from Amazon for £35.54 for three bottles For their other wines contact their importer, Ehrmanns for stockists.
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