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.
This golden frosted bottle just seems tailor-made for celebration. It is a classic Cava and the perfect introduction to one of the world’s most popular sparkling wine regions.
So how does our golden Cava taste? Held up to the nose, your glass of Carta Nevada will give off an aroma that’s flowery with just a touch of apple and citrus fruit. And in the mouth you’ll taste a wine that’s fresh, bubbly and slightly floral.
Freixenet Carta Nevada is available in five levels of sweetness: Brut, Extra Dry, Dry, Medium Dry and Sweet. Brut is the driest in taste with almost no sugar and is Freixenet’s fruitiest Brut. It makes an ideal companion for poultry and pork. The Medium Dry is our bridge between dry and sweet. It makes a great aperitivo or dessert wine.