Freixenet is one of the most renowned and largest cava houses in Spain, similar in quality, size and importance to France's Moet & Chandon. Since 1861, Freixenet's cavas have been made in the classic méthode champenoise tradition, a difficult and lengthy process, but worth the effort to produce those beautiful tiny bubbles. Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/freixenet
Great finesse, very drinkable. Dry cava with a long lasting finish.
Big bubbles line the sides of the glass with tiny little bubbles streaming from the bottom rim. On the nose, the wine has a musty attic quality to it followed by cooked plantains, vanilla and raw almonds. The aromas are rich, while at the same time, fresh and enticing. On the palate, the flavors are more subdued, masked by a rich vanilla and cream flavor. But if you wait, allowing the flavors to cascade off your palate, you'll also find honey, freshly churned butter and citrus notes. This is not your powerhouse wine, but I'll call it your comfort wine, wrapping around your palate in rich, warm flavors.