CVNE Cava Rose

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Garnacha / Pinot Noir

Penedès, Spain

CVNE (Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España) is one of the most renowned and historic bodegas in all of Spain. Founded in 1879 by the Real de Asúa brothers, Eusebio and Raimundo, the company has been an integral part of the Rioja region’s ascendance in the world of fine wine. CVNE has three bodegas, each with its own winery and winemaker. These are: CVNE itself in Haro (Maria Larrea), where its Imperial brand has its own separate premises; Viña Real in Laguardia (Eva de Benito) and Contino in Laserna (Jesús Madrazo). The three bodegas have distinct philosophies and styles and are run as separate entities. CVNE is by far the biggest of the three and only uses grapes grown or purchased in the Rioja Alta sub-region, packaging them in a Bordeaux bottle. Meanwhile, Viña Real is a Rioja Alavesa brand, favoring a Burgundy bottle. Unlike its stablemates, Contino makes wine only from its own vineyards in the Rioja Alavesa.

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