One can’t claim that the DO Cava hasn’t been active over the last few months. An important reason for the new boost is having a new president. Another is having changed up their communications department, but yet another part of it is having the specter of the Corpinnat breakaway lingering at the edges of everything they do. In turn, they’ve been working to create proper subzones of Cava where they never existed before, increasing requirements for Reserva wines, and striving to paint a new more quality-driven image of Cava. This […]

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