Segura Viudas Aria Brut Cava
Non-Vintage from Spain
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Alcohol By Volume: 11.5%
Alcohol By Volume Guide
Most wine ranges from 10-16% alcohol by volume. Some varietals tend to have higher (for example Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon) or lower alcohol levels (Pinot Noir and many white varietals), but there is always some variation from producer to producer. Some wine falls outside of this range, for instance Port weighs in closer to 20%, while Muscat and Riesling are usually a bit below 10%.
Aria Estate Brut is a dry, lively refreshment appropriate for any occasion. Its flavor is dominated by fresh pineapple, almonds, honey and straw, with hints of pears and fresh bread.
"Fresh notes of mushrooms and floral scents of jasmine add depth and breadth to this wine's nutty fruit. The finish is zesty; it will perk up gambas al ajillo."
Wine & Spirits
we visited this house on a recent trip to northern spain and after a lovely afternoon of tasting we are now big fans. we particularly loved this cava but also like all the others we've tried from segura viudas.
Excellent value for the price, has a very nice flavor
a really, really nice sparkling wine with excellent everything that I look for in a sparkling wine
Very tasty; dry, light, & crisp. My friends and I loved it.
This is a very good sparkling wine for the money. If you are looking for a sparkling wine that is priced for everyday drinking, this tastes as good as those that are twice the price.
Very enjoyable dry cava from Spain - great value - enjoyed with shrimp and sushi last night...
An excellent sparkling wine from Spain. This cava is great value as well. A really versatile wine with food.
Very tasty- good with food or without!
Dry and crisp, versatile.
I had this for the first time at a restaurant in West Palm. I love Cavas, Proseccos, Champagnes, and Sparkling wines. This is smooth, fruity yet, dry. Memorable. While Cava's tend to be quite economical, this one lends itself to memory. It's great in both casual and formal setting. Though the packaging might need some work,
Took two sips and poured the entire bottle down the drain.
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Segura Viudas was established in 1954 in the heart of Spain's Penedes region, one of the world's best sites for growing and producing grapes for production of sparkling wine. Segura Viudas has become one of the top Spanish sparkling wine producers and is noted for its high production standards of traditional Methode Champenoise.
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