You’ve probably seen the Campo Viejo labels–it’s a well-established Spanish house, perhaps best known for their Riojas. But at this time of year, I’ve got my eye on their cavas. And just as a reminder, cavas are Spanish sparkling wines made in the traditional Champagne method–for a fraction of the price.
Campo Viejo Cava Brut Reserva is a blend of three classic white varietals, aged for eighteen months. The result is a clean, crisp bubbly with some complex white fruit characteristics. Perfect with almost any food–or just for a spur of the moment celebration. Such a deal: 13.00
Campo Viejo Cava Brut Rose derives from Trepat– a red grape indigenous to northeastern Spain–and frequently used to make roses. Campo’s rose is robust–with plenty of red berry flavor and aroma–delivered by the lively effervesence of this classy cava. Nice: 13.00