Juvé y Camps 2007 Millesimé Reserva – Wine of the Week Review
Posted By Barnaby Hughes On September 9, 2013 @ 10:24 am In Wine, Spirits, Beer & More | No Comments
Price : $22
Region: Catalonia, Spain
Varietal: 100 percent Chardonnay
Production: 7,500 cases
Alcohol: 12 percent
Tasting Notes: Juvé y Camps was founded in 1921 by Joan Juvé Baqués and his wife Teresa Camps Farré. The winery produces some of Spain’s finest Cavas, which are regularly served at royal and state functions. Made from fruit grown on the winery’s oldest estate vineyard, Espiells, the 2007 Millesimé Reserva was bottle-aged for 26-28 months, resulting in a well-balanced wine. It boasts fragrant pear, floral and toasty aromas on the nose and a full, creamy mouthfeel.
Food Pairings: Sashimi, caviar, ceviche, foie gras
For more information, visit www.juveycamps.com
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