Ramon Canals, Cava ‘Marta Reserva’ Brut 2018

£14.00 (75cl)

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50% Xarello and 30% Macabeo sourced from the sub region of Central Penedès, as well as 20% Parellada from the Upper Penedès. Altitude of the vineyards varies by variety: Xarello at 110m, Macabeo further up at 250m and Parellada highest at 315m. A pneumatic press is utilised, and each grape variety is fermented separately at a constant temperature of 16ºC in stainless steel tanks. Second fermentation in bottle at 15-18ºC. Ageing period: more than 24 months. Vintage dated each year. Residual sugar: 6 g/L.

Tasting note

Presents a pale yellow coloured cava with fine and persistent bubbles. Aroma: intense aroma with fruity and floral hints and gentle notes of ageing. Palate: fresh, slightly sweet and very round palate.

About the producer

Ramon Canals was founded by Miquel Canals Ollé whose family links to vine growing and production in Penedès dating back as far as 1903. In 1975, Miquel Canals Ollé and his son Ramon Canals Llaverol, an oenologist by profession, pooled their resources and decided to produce their first bottled wine and cava. The climate here is mild Mediterranean, with average annual rainfall of 465-515 litres per square metre. Soils are calcareous clay. Grapes are hand-harvested in September. Today their children, Ramon and Marta Canals are ready to drive the company forward while maintaining traditional winemaking practices. The experience of three generations dedicated exclusively to the quality and integrity of their wines is now producing cavas with distinct finesse and complexity. The cultural heritage is clearly evident in their own museum housing more than 4,500 exhibits related to vine cultivation and the production of wine and cava. Nowadays, this family-run company produces wine in four different wine regions: DO Penedès, DO Cava, DOQ Priorat and DO Montsant.

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