Varietal Content: Macabeo (45%), Parellada (45%), Xarello (10%)
Winemaking Notes: Made only in the best vintages, using stringently selected grapes from the top vineyard estates of Juvé Y Camps. Aged an average of four and a half years in the bottle before release.
Tasting Notes: Fragrant on the nose with subtle and unique hints of wild flowers and citrus. Rich and delicate on the palate, with a finish of great length and finesse.
Food Match: The best choice for fine delicacies such as caviar, foie gras, and strong cheese. Also a delightfully "showy" aperitif.
Interesting: This is the prestige cuvée of Juvé Y Camps. It is served regularly in state dinners of Spain's royal household. It is the finest of their products and lies amongst the elite of the world's sparkling wines.