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Freixenet Ice Rose Cuve 750ml - Item Code: 08761
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Freixenet Ice Rose Cuve is a sparkling rosé wine that is perfect for any occasion. This refreshing and light-bodied wine is made with a blend of Grenache, Monastrell, and Macabeo grapes. It has a beautiful pink hue and a delicate aroma of fresh strawberries and raspberries. On the palate, it has a crisp and refreshing taste with notes of citrus and red berries. The finish is smooth and balanced with a hint of sweetness.
This Freixenet Ice Rose Cuve is the perfect choice for a summer day or a special occasion. Enjoy it chilled and pair it with light dishes such as salads, seafood, and white meats. It is also a great choice for aperitifs and desserts. Enjoy this delightful sparkling rosé and make any occasion special.
Producer Notes: Freixenet
Freixenet is a Spanish drinks producer that specializes in sparkling wines. The company was founded in 1861 by Pedro Ferrer Bosch and is based in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, a town in the Catalonia region of Spain. Freixenet is one of the largest producers of sparkling wine in the world and is known for its high-quality products.
Freixenet produces a range of sparkling wines, including Cava, Prosecco, and Champagne. Cava is a Spanish sparkling wine that is made using the traditional method, which involves a second fermentation in the bottle. Freixenet’s Cava is made from a blend of Macabeo, Xarel·lo, and Parellada grapes, which are grown in the Penedès region of Catalonia. The company also produces a range of Prosecco, which is an Italian sparkling wine that is made using the Charmat method. Freixenet’s Prosecco is made from Glera grapes, which are grown in the Veneto region of Italy.
In addition to its sparkling wines, Freixenet also produces a range of still wines, including red, white, and rosé wines. The company’s still wines are made from a variety of grape varieties, including Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay.
Freixenet is known for its iconic black bottle, which is used for its Cava. The bottle was designed in the 1970s by the German artist Günter Grass and has become a symbol of the company’s high-quality products.
Freixenet is a family-owned company and is currently run by the fourth generation of the Ferrer family. The company has a strong commitment to sustainability and has implemented a number of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, including using renewable energy sources and reducing its water consumption.
Overall, Freixenet is a well-respected drinks producer that is known for its high-quality sparkling wines. The company’s commitment to sustainability and its iconic black bottle have helped to make it a popular choice among wine lovers around the world.
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What is Cava?
Cava is a sparkling wine from Spain that has been granted Denominación de Origen (DO) designation. It can be either white (blanco) or red (rosé) (rosado). The Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarello grape varietals are the most popular and traditional grape varietals for making cava in Spain. Only wines made using the conventional method are permitted to be labeled as ""cava,"" whereas those created using other methods are only permitted to be labeled as ""sparkling wines"" (vinos espumosos). It is estimated that over 95 percent of all cava is made in the Penedès region of Catalonia, Spain, with the hamlet of Sant Sadurni d'Anoia being home to several of Catalonia's greatest production houses.:144–145 Codornu and Freixenet are the two largest producers in the country. There are many additional localities that manufacture cava in Aragon, Castile and León, Extremadura, La Rioja, the Basque Country, Navarre, and Valencia.
Since Champagne has been granted Protected Geographical Status (PGS) and Spain joined the EU in 1986, it is no longer legal to market Cava as "Spanish champagne". This is in accordance with European Union regulations. It is still referred to as champán or champaa in Spanish, or xampany in Catalan, when spoken informally. The term ""quality sparkling wine produced in a specified area"" (Vino Espumoso de Calidad Producido en una Región Determinada, VECPRD) is now defined by law as ""quality sparkling wine produced in a specified area.""
The word champán in Spanish should not be confused with achampado, which is a slang name for sparkling wines made using a manner other than the conventional manner. They are often less expensive and are offered by the bottle in achampado bars and restaurants, which are named by the wines they offer. Although this is not cava, it is a quite popular beverage in its own right.
It was in 1851 that the first bottle of Catalan sparkling wine was produced, and the foundations of the cava business may be traced back to Josep Raventós's travels across Europe in the 181860s, during which he was marketing the still wines of the Codornu Winery. His excursions to Champagne piqued his curiosity, and he became intrigued by the possibilities of a Spanish wine produced in the same traditional manner. In 1872, when the vineyards of Penedès had been ravaged by the phylloxera disease and the predominately red plants had been replaced by significant numbers of plants yielding white grapes, he made his first sparkler.
During the production of cava, Catalan cava producers were at the forefront of a significant technological development in sparkling wine production with the invention of the gyropallet, a large mechanized device that replaced hand riddling, the process by which the lees are condensed in the neck of the bottle prior to disgorgement and corking.
About the Producer: Freixenet
Friexenet is an important Spanish manufacturer based in Penedès, known for its production of cava with more than a century of history. It is owned and operated by the Ferrer family, which owns 16 wine labels in the world's top wine regions. Freixenet's history began in 1861, when Francesc Sala Ferres began producing wine and exporting significant quantities to countries, mainly Hispanic. North and South America. In 1889, the winery began to transfer production from still wines to sparkling wines, and in 1914 the Freixenet company was officially formed. Export was an integral part of the winery's operations, and in the 1930s an office was opened in the United States. ... Freixenet currently produces more than 1.5 million cases per year and exports to 100 countries around the world. The brand exclusively produces sparkling wines, many of which belong to the classic Cava trio: Macebeo, Xarel-lo and Parellada. Cordon Negro is an iconic wine that is bottled in the now recognizable frosted black glass. Many wines are offered with varying degrees of sweetness.
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