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Juve Y Camps Brut Nature Cava Gran Reserva de la Familia 2010

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91 points Wine & Spirits: First produced in 1921, the Gran Reserva de la Familia is one of the most traditional Cavas. It has always been aged long on its lees, sometimes up to four years. In this blend of xarel.lo, parellada and macabeo, with 10 percent chardonnay, that long aging comes through in the deep flavors of spice and brioche. However, it contrasts that richness with refreshing citrus and herb notes--a perfect match for oysters or sea urchin. (Aug 2015)

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Juvé y Camps:
Juvé y Camps is a producer in the Penedes region of Spain, specializing in Cava production. The legacy of the family-run business began 200 years ago with Joan Juvé Mir. His son, Antoni Juvé Escaiola continued producing wine at the family estate in San Sadurní d’Anoia and took the initiative to replant their vineyards during the Phylloxera blight, able to res... Read more
Juvé y Camps is a producer in the Penedes region of Spain, specializing in Cava production. The legacy of the family-run business began 200 years ago with Joan Juvé Mir. His son, Antoni Juvé Escaiola continued producing wine at the family estate in San Sadurní d’Anoia and took the initiative to replant their vineyards during the Phylloxera blight, able to restore their business as soon as the grafting “cure” was realized.  In 1921, the first wine under the official Juvé y Camps label was produced by Joan Juvé Baqués and his wife Teresa Camps Farré. Today, the winery is known for its fine examples of sparkling wines, made in the traditional method in both vintage and non-vintage releases.  Read less

91 points Wine & Spirits: First produced in 1921, the Gran Reserva de la Familia is one of the most traditional Cavas. It has always been aged long on its lees, sometimes up to four years. In this blend of xarel.lo, parellada and macabeo, with 10 percent chardonnay, that long aging comes through in the deep flavors of spice and brioche. However, it contrasts that richness with refreshing citrus and herb notes--a perfect match for oysters or sea urchin. (Aug 2015)

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