PERELADA, ONCE A FAVOURITE OF IBERIAN KINGS, NOW A FAVOURITE OF EVERYONE.
Extraordinay value for money.
It's delicious and easily drinkable.
A reserva cava made from Spanish varieties Xarel·lo, Macabeo and Parellada.
Extraordinary value for money considering the excellent quality and extended aging process it underwent before disgorgement. It is round, rich and mouth filling with a fruity bouquet making a great pairing for mild cheeses and creamy not too sweet deserts. It's delicious and easily drinkable during an afternoon with friends in the garden.
Blue Festival Brut Reserva Cava
ONLY $12.99 per bottle / case of 6
THE SPARKLING WINE NAMED AFTER THE FAMOUS CASTELL DE PERELADA FESTIVAL.
Peralada is a medieval village, mainly devoted to viticulture but with a rich cultural heritage. The mediaeval Castell de Peralada is the setting for the Castell de Peralada Festival in the months of July and August.
Founded in 1987, the Festival is regarded as one of the major arts events of the summer. It is a unique initiative in terms of Perelada's support and promotion of culture, music and dance.
Castillo Perelada are located neatly enough in the village of Peralada, producing wine from the D.O. of Empordà and the D.O. of Penedès. The Castle of Peralada, in the village of Peralada, was bought by Miguel Mateu in 1923. Miguel set out to revitalize its winemaking tradition, a tradition that originated in the XIVth century when the Carmelite monks, who lived in the monastery annexed to the castle, produced an excellent wine.
This is how Castillo Perelada was born, in the heart of the Empordà region, which is located in the north-eastern corner of Spain, on a land of privileged geo-climatic conditions, thanks to the proximity of the Mediterranean Sea and the extraordinary diversity of its soil.
Today, Javier Suqué Mateu, grandson of the founder, keeps alive a spirit that brings together tradition and modernity - including a Casino; not quite what you'd expect to find in the castle.
Macabeo, Chardonnay, Parellada, Subirat Parent, Malvasia Riojana, Garnatxa Tinta, Monastrell, Pinot Noir, Trepat