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Made from biodinamic agriculture, Raventós i Blanc de Nit 2015 is a sparkling wine characterised by the complexity and elegance that the Monastrell grape brings. It is an intriguing cava that, on every sip, lets itself be discovered from a different perspective, making the experience of its consumption a paused and, why not, reflexive act. A cava to discover the Monastrell and let one be seduced by its character.
|Type Of Wine:||sparkling wine|
|Sparkling Colour :||Rosé|
|Vintage:||2015 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Penedes (Catalonia, Spain)|
|Winery:||Raventós i Blanc|
|Volume:||150cl Other volumes|
|Grapes:||Macabeo, Macabeu, Monastrell, Parellada, Viura, Xarel·lo, Perellada|
|Type Of Sparkling:||Extra Brut|
Elaboration of Raventós I Blanc de Nit Magnum 2015
Raventós I Blanc de Nit Magnum 2015 (Macabeo, Macabeu, Monastrell, Parellada, Viura, Xarel·lo and Perellada)
TASTING NOTES OF Raventós I Blanc de Nit Magnum 2015:
- View: Raventos I Blanc de Nit 2015 is slightly pinkish color, because of their small percentage of Mourvèdre, and makes it a very special wine and gives it complexity and elegance. His bubble is fine.
- Nose: It displays notes of herbs and dried flowers attractive, with a background of lees. Elegant and very good.
- Mouth: With a very cool entrance and a good concentration of fruit on the palate, it is highly recommended Cava.
GRAPES: Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada and Monastrell
BODEGA: Raventos i Blanc
How to serve
Raventos i Blanc Caves were founded by Josep Maria Raventos i Blanc in 1986. These 90 acres were handed down from generation to generation for over 500 years of history. It was just Josep Raventos, who in 1872 made the first dig in Spain and therefore the Raventos family is a driver of cava and the denomination in this country.More about the Winery
Reviews of Raventós I Blanc de Nit Magnum 2015
Its intense colour attracted me. Aromas of yeast. I think it was a little bit salty.
Raventós de Nit Magnum 2017
Very light flavour. A Clàssic Penedès with yeasty aromas. Very light.
I had it with fish, but I didn't like the fish, and therefore the wine didn't taste right.
With reddish tones. Sweet aromas of fresh fruits. This Wines without Appellation (Spain) tasted like what it has to be, that is grapes.