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Staff Pick

Segura Viudas Reserva Heredade - NV

Item # 15454 750mL
$24.99/ Single Bottle
$149.94 $142.44/ Case of 6
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Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

Medium-bodied and smooth with aromas and flavors of toast, fruit and spice that linger on the long finish. A very special Cava.

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Staff Pick Notes

Looking for a "Special" Cava?

I took this wine to a Sunday BYO as an apéritif. I actually ended up drinking it with my starter, a warm goat's cheese and lamb terrine. The combination was perfect. The wine's exquisite palate, combining toast, citrus and pineapple fruit, is complex and full of flavor. The aromas are of white and tropical fruits with a touch of floral. The mousse is wonderful, it lasted and lasted right to the last glass. This would also make a great companion whilst eating seafood pasta or noodle dishes sprinkled with olive oil. Most of all, this wine is great this time of year. Enjoy chilled with a nice occasion!

- SW

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