Sparkling wine Freixenet Cava Cordon Negro Semi-Seco
Wine brilliant pale yellow with beautiful long game of bubbles.
The taste of wine is clean and light, with hints of fruit and elegant finish.
In the rich aroma of wine notes of tropical fruits.
Wine is good to use as an aperitif, combined with caviar, snacks and seafood.
Cordon Negro - one of the most popular sparkling wines in the world, perfect for any occasion. "Cordon Negro" is made of a mixture of three Spanish white grape varieties - Macabeo, Charello and Parelyada. Macabeo saturates wine color, fruity aroma and medium-high acidity - characteristics that are crucial for the production of sparkling wine. Sharel Lo gives reliable acidity and contributes to power and depth. Parelyada is the star of all sparkling wines, giving them a unique freshness. Put together, these varieties are composed in a nice, fruity and refined Freshenet Cava Cordon Negro. Wine is produced by Champenoise, passing through two fermentation, where the secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle. Freixenet Cava Cordon Negro Semi-Seco kept in the basement of twelve to twenty-four months.
Freixenet company was founded in 1889 after Pedro Ferrer Bosch, owner of the vineyard "La Freixeneda" married Dolores Sala Vive, heiress of the wine trade house with a 200-year history of "Sala". Freshenet is one of the largest and oldest manufacturers of sparkling wine from Spain, which exports its products to more than 120 countries worldwide. The winery is located in the Penedès region, in the heart of Catalonia, 40 km south-west of Barcelona. Climate and chalky soil of this region is ideal for growing grapes.
Cava - Spanish term for sparkling wines of high quality. These wines are made exclusively from the Spanish grape varieties. Selected for the production of the best raw materials. The wine goes through a complicated, expensive and unique process of fermentation in the bottle classical. Freixenet wines have won numerous awards and prizes. And in 1987 the winery was awarded a special honor - it was visited by King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia.