Los Dos Cava Brut Rose

Los Dos Cava Brut Rose Bottle Shot

Wine Description

Like two dancers coming together to create the perfect routine, Los Dos celebrates the intricate steps in the dance of winemaking. It starts with the vine finding perfect partnership with the soil. With Los Dos Cava, the grapes are from family vineyards in the renowned D.O. Penedés. The rhythm of the dance changes when the winemaker steps in—carefully hand harvesting and aging the grapes on lees for 10 months resulting in a classic Cava that displays good acidity with some floral sweetness.

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Acclaim
“Full disclosure: I do not drink a ton of Cava since, well, I have not found many that I like (Yes, in case you were wondering, I am a champagne snob). And I have tasted far less rosé Cava (in fact, I am having difficulty thinking of any Rosé Cavas I have tried). Well, that might have to change as this is delicious. Salmon color in the glass with red berry fruit, rose petal, and wet rock. The palate is subtle, but with good fruit flavors balanced with zingy acidity and a spritzy sparkle. Again, I do not have a ton of experience here, but this wine is delightful.” (Very Good)
— The Drunken Cyclist, Dec 2020
“Want Champagne, but your budget is giving you a side eye? Spain’s answer to bubbles is a good way to go. From the lovely label to the bubbly in the bottle, this is a good one. Coming in with florals and ripe cherry, strawberry, and raspberry flavors on the palate.”
— The Dandizette Newsletter, May 2021
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Vineyard & Production Info
Production area/appellation:
DO Penedes
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Winemaking & Aging
Varietal composition:
50% Trepat, 30% Monastrell and 20% Garnacha
Length of aging before bottling:
9-10 months
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Analytical Data
Alcohol:
11.5 %
Residual sugar:
7 g/L
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Wine Production

A blend of Trepat, Monastrell and Garnacha. Each grape variety produces a base wine which is made separately in steel tanks at controlled temperatures, followed by aging on the lees for 10 months. The wine then undergoes its second fermentation in the bottle.

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About the Vineyard

With Los Dos Cava, the grapes are from family vineyards in the renowned D.O. Penedés.