Recaredo, Brut Nature "Intens" Rosat Cava
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Recaredo, Brut Nature "Intens" Rosat Cava - 2014

Item # 21021 750mL
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$36.96 $31.42 / Single Bottle
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$443.52 $377.04/ Case of 12

Production Methods




Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

Recaredo’s “Intens Rosat” has no pretenses of being an airy, innocuous quaffing rose. On the contrary, in its brilliant ruby color, in its volume and breadth in the mouth, and in its delicious succulence, it revels in its power and depth.

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Staff Pick Notes

Recaredo produces magnificent aged cavas that showcase the calcareous soils of the Alt Penedes region in Catalunya. They are known for a unique, rich style and they harvest everything from their own biodynamic vineyards. The "Intens" is a special rose cava that is as bold as it sounds. It's hearty enough to serve with the main course.There are a multitude of pairings options for rose sparklers, and this is especially giving. I found it complemented equally a red bean soup as much as a paella of sausage and chicken. Made primarily of Monastrell (uncommon in cava) with Garnacha the color is a glowing red plum in the glass. Aromas are bready, with almost medicinal-like red fruits. On the palette fresh black cherries, raspberries, fennel, and a tingling acidity that acts as a palette cleanser. "Intens" in another word, electrifying.

- TD

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