Penedes is the most important viticultural area in northeastern Spain, and its vineyards also generate vast quantities of Spain’s flagship sparkling wine, Cava. The climate here is predictably Mediterranean and the region can be divided into three climatic sub-zones. Baix Penedes covers the lower-lying, warmer areas, and specializes in the production of full-bodied red wines. Higher up in the altitude-cooled hills is Alt Penedes, where the freshest white-wine styles (and best grapes for Cava) are produced. In-between the two is Medio Penedes.

Cava first began to be produced in Penedes in 1872 by Josep Raventos, who learned traditional method sparkling wine production while visiting the Champagne region. He produced it from native grape varieties of Parellada, Xarel-lo and Macabeo. The first Cava to be produced with Chardonnay was made in 1981 by Codorniu, the estate owned by Raventos and today by his descendants.

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  • Codorniu-Anna-de-Codorniu-Brut-Reserva

    Codorniu Anna de Codorniu Brut Reserva

    Produced using the Traditional Method of sparkling wine production, and aged for at least 15 months on lees, making this a Reserva Cava.

  • Codorniu Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose

    Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose pays tribute to Cordoniu origins, commemorating the year in which Josep Raventos crafted the first bottle of Cava. This exceptional Cava is draped in a bottle inspired by Spain’s famous modernist stained glass windows of Gaudi.

  • Codorniu-Zero-White-ZERO-ALCOHOL

    Codorniu Zero White – ZERO ALCOHOL

    Codorníu Zero is a pleasant, non-alcoholic sparkling wine made from Xarel-lo and Chardonnay and obtained through the process of de-alcoholization of the wine.



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