Perelada Stars Cava Brut Nature (750ml)

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The Perelada estate, an impressive fortress and palace that was previously owned by the Counts of Pereleda and a carmelite monastery, was purchased in 1923 by Miguel Mateu, an active political and cultural ambassador of the time.

Don Miguel revitalized the wine producing tradition of the estate. Records showed that there were vineyards planted in the Medieval period. He turned the estate into his own private cultural centre, building up the collections which would become the castle museum which is today open to the public.

Tasting Notes

Brilliant pale yellow colour with a generous stream of fine bubbles. The nose is clean and fruity with light yeasty notes from ageing. It is pleasantly bone dry, with a round and refreshing mouthfeel and nice flavour complexity.


A blend of the three traditional Cava making grapes; Xarel·lo (40%), Parellada (30%), and Macabeu (30). After primary fermentation, the wine is aged in bottle on the lees for 12 months before disgorging.

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  1. 5

    Really enjoyed it, really dry yet fresh and flavourful. Will definitely buy it again.

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