Selected Cavas

Traditional cavas produced with the charisma which characterises Perelada. Our Brut Reserva, Seco and Semi Seco are made with the three classic grape varieties: Macabeu, Xarel.lo and Parellada. They are structured, elegant and have a tremendous sensory breadth. Perelada Brut Rosé, a fruity and floral cava which was a great favourite of the brilliant Salvador Dalí, is born from a blend of Garnatxa, Pinot Noir and Trepat.

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Brut Reserva

Perelada Brut Reserva is made with wine of the three typical cava varieties: Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada. This is a classic cava made according to the traditional method, with the utmost rigor and care that are characteristic of Perelada.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Macabeu (30%), Xarel·lo (45%), Parellada (25%).
Ageing: The second fermentation takes place in the bottle, following the traditional method. It stays in the cellar for about fifteen months before disgorging.
Tasting note: Pale yellow colour. Good bubble detachment. Thanks to its ageing, it has developed a fine aroma with fruit hints. Its well balanced structure, elegance and sensorial richness form an unmistakable personality.
Ratings:
  • 2016
    Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2016
    9.11 points
  • 2016
    Guía de Vinos 2016. La Semana Vitivinícola
    90 points

Brut Rosé

Perelada Brut Rosé offers a different touch of colour with its blend of red varietal wines.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Garnatxa (69%), Pinot Noir (17%), Trepat (14%).
Ageing: About twelve months in bottle, before disgorging.
Tasting note: Pale cherry red. Clean and bright. Its generous stream of fine bubbles forms a crown. It has a fruity aroma with a slight ageing tone. This wine has a complex and fruity taste, sweet and with a good balance in the mouth.
Awards:
  • Gold Medal
    Sakura Women's Wine Awards 2015 (Japan)
Ratings:
  • 2016
    Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2016
    9.18 points
  • 2016
    Guía de Vinos 2016. La Semana Vitivinícola
    90 points

Semi Sec

A classic cava, made with wine of the three typical varieties, which ages for twelve months before disgorging.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Macabeu (35%), Xarel·lo (33%), Parellada (32%).
Ageing: The second fermentation takes place in the bottle, following the traditional method. It stays in the cellar for about twelve months.
Tasting note: Bright pale yellow colour. Fine floral aromas, with ageing hints. Sweet and well balanced in the mouth, this is a broad and persistent wine.

Sec

An elegant cava with floral aromas and subtle ageing hints which are fruit of the twelve months spent in the bottle.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Macabeu (35%), Xarel·lo (33%), Parellada (32%).
Ageing: The second fermentation takes place in the bottle, following the traditional method. It stays in the cellar for about twelve months before disgorging.
Tasting note: Bright pale yellow colour. Its fine aroma is basically floral, although it also has some ageing hints. Well balanced, fresh and persistent in the mouth, it presents a good sensory evolution.

Dulce

A selection of Macabeu, Xarel·lo and Parellada wines allows us to make this sweet cava. Aged for twelve months in the bottle.

Designation of origin: Cava
Varietals: Macabeu (35%), Xarel·lo (33%), Parellada (32%).
Ageing: The second fermentation takes place in the bottle, following the traditional method. It stays in the cellar for twelve months.
Tasting note: Pale yellow colour. Bright and limpid. Its tiny bubbles form a Crown. Fine floral aromas, with ageing hints. Clean, slightly fruity aroma, with some hints of honey. In the mouth it is complex, reminding of ripe fruits. Well-balanced.

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