Can Suriol, Cava Brut Nature
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Can Suriol, Cava Brut Nature - 2018

Item # 46247 750mL
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Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

Fresh and creamy on the palate, this Cava is an ideal combination of vivacity, fruitiness and a more serious chalky mineral. A fine bead makes for an elegant partner alongside a spicy tuna canapé.

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Staff Pick Notes

Can Suriol is a jewel of a find. They make classic estate cava in the village of Grabuac in the Penedès DO. This brut nature is deliciously satisfying with a little more complexity than you might expect. The palate is tangy and minerally with notes of ripe quince, kumquat, and star apple. Brut nature denotes no dossage added, but this wine is balanced well between tart fruit and savoriness. Can Suriol is a family-owned and operated estate in the Castell de Grabuac that has roots going back to the sixteenth century. They have farmed organically since the nineties and use renewable energy sources, including solar power, as much as possible. Pick this bottle up when you need that crisp satisfaction that only bubbles can provide. Pair with paella de mariscos.

- TD

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