Judging the “Best Cava Sommelier” of 2019

by  |  14-11-2019

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, which I’ve been very appreciative of in the last few months. But yet another part of it is having the specter of Corpinnat 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, increase requirements for Reserva wines, and work to paint a new image of Cava. This last aspect has focused a great deal upon pushing premium Cavas as well as their food friendliness which is why this last Tuesday I found myself at the Hotel Majestic in Barcelona as a member of the jury to choose the “Best Cava Sommelier for 2019”. The concept was as such: members of […]
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