Cavas Gran Claustro

When United States president Dwight Eisenhower visited Spain in 1959, Perelada was commissioned to choose a cava for the reception banquet, and for the occasion it chose one of its own small reservas. The idea for the creation of Gran Claustro was born from the resounding success of this choice. It is now a cava with an international reputation.

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Gran Claustro Cuvée Especial Gran Reserva 2009

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Chardonnay (oak) (33%), Chardonnay (28%), Pinot Noir (28%), Xarel·lo (4%), Parellada (4%), Macabeu (3%).
Ageing: More than thirty months in bottle before disgorging.
Tasting note: Straw yellow colour, with shades of green. Limpid and brilliant. It has a generous and steady bubble stream that forms a perfect crown. Clean ripe fruit aroma with ageing tones and toasted notes. In the mouth it is slightly fruity, unctuous, with oak hints, dry and smooth, well balanced. It has a broad and long after-taste.
Ratings:
  • 2009
    Guía Peñín 2017
    93 puntos
  • 2009
    Guía de Vinos Gourmets 2016
    92 puntos
  • 2009
    Guía Peñín 2016
    91 puntos
  • 2008
    La Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2016
    9,31 puntos
  • 2012
    Guía de Vinos 2016. La Semana Vitivinícola
    93 puntos
  • 2012
    Guía Peñín 2015
    92 puntos
  • 2008
    Guía Intervinos 2014
    91 puntos

Cava Gran Claustro 2012

When the USA president Dwight Eisenhower visited Spain in 1959, a small selection of Perelada’s cava was chosen to be served at the reception banquet. The absolute success of this experience gave birth to the idea of creating a high quality cava: the Gran Claustro. This is a handmade cava that ages in the cellar of the monastery annex to the Perelada Castle. The same cellar located under this splendid gothic cloister where the Carmelite monks made wine more than six centuries ago.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Pinot Noir (45%), Chardonnay (45%), Xarel·lo (10%).
Ageing: Minimum of 24 months in the bottle, before disgorging.
Tasting note: Pale yellow colour, with hints of green. Clean and bright. It has a generous and steady bubble stream that forms a perfect crown. On the nose it there are ripe fruit aromas and ageing tones. This wine has a well balanced taste, slightly fruity, dry and smooth. It is also broad and long in the mouth.
Awards:
  • Cava of the Year
    Wines from Spain 2016 (United Kingdom)
  • Gold Medal
    Giroví 2016
Ratings:
  • 2012
    Guía Peñín 2017
    91 points
  • 2011
    Guía de Vinos 2016. La Semana Vitivinícola
    94 points
  • 2011
    La Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2016
    9.23 points
  • 2011
    Guía Peñín 2016
    90 points
  • 2012
    Anuario de Vinos El País 2016
    90 points

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