Freixenet is the world's leading producer of sparkling wines crafted classic method of fermentation in the bottle, so-called. “Cava”. Freixenet cellars are situated close to the Catalan capital of Barcelona, in the town of Sant Sadurni d Anoia. This is one of the famous and the great wine-growing areas of Spain, Penedes.
Visit the official site Freixenet and cellars Freixenet when visiting Barcelona.
Freixenet (founded in 1861) and Freixenet Group is 100% family-owned with 18 cellars in 7 countries on three continents.
So how does Freixenet Cordon Negro taste? It’s a light, modern Cava with a very refreshing style and lots of bubbles that really last. When you taste it, you’ll pick up hints of citrus fruit and an aroma that reminds you of both apple and pear as well as peach, melon and pineapple.
This wonderful wine in three varieties – Brut, Dry and Medium Dry. Brut is a crisp, clean, very dry wine, containing almost no sugar. Dry, despite its name, is not as dry as Brut and has a hint of sweetness.
And finally, Medium Dry is a fruity, sweeter wine. All of these taste great with most foods but try Brut with Asian cuisine and the sweeter versions with dessert.
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