CODORNIU Clasico Cava Semi-Seco,
Cava D.O., Spain NV
Pale straw color with slow moving bubbles.Light and delicate bouquet. Lightly sweet: toast with honey, Jordan almonds; distant citrus.Medium-short finish.
酒質/Tasting Notes： 稻草的淺淡黃色，氣泡緩慢綿密猶如輕盈精緻的花束。口感清甜，帶有烤蜂蜜麵包、杏仁的味道。
酒精濃度/ Alcohol： 11.5%
適飲溫度/ Serving temperature： 6-10 °C
建議搭配/ Food matches： 適合當作開胃酒，搭配水果或沙拉、蛋糕小點等。
酒廠 winery 發表品酒心得
康德努集團釀造的酒款，60%以卡瓦氣泡酒為主，另外40%則為葡萄酒款，集團旗下品牌包括：Codorniu, Raimat, B.Bilbainas, Bach, Legaris, Scala Dei, Nuviana, Artesa, Septima, Abadia de Poblet。
Codorníu is the world's largest producer of bottle-fermented sparkling wine made by the traditional champagne method, it was founded in Catalonia, Spain in 1551. It produces 60 million bottles annually. The Codorníu family’s wine business goes back to the middle of the 16th century. A document of that period states that the family had several machines and implements relating to the wine industry. In 1659 Anna Codorníu married Miquel Raventós and the families, each with a long wine tradition, were united. Years later, in 1872, Josep Raventós produced cava for the first time in Spain using the “Traditional Method” and established a completely new industry in the Alt Penedès region. The Codorníu cellars at Sant Sadurní d'Anoiawere built on the orders of Manuel Raventós between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century (1895-1915). He chose the renowned Catalán architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, to design the facility. At that time Codorníu was producing about 100,000 bottles of cava per year, and the size of the new structure seemed overly grandiose. The location of the winery, then some distance from the road and the railway line, was also unusual for the time. Manuel Raventós, however, was insistent that the family winery should be close to the vineyard as he was aware that such proximity would be the key to improving the quality of the wines. Nowadays, Codorníu continues to control the production process of all its cavas from vineyard planting to finished product. The winery has the most modern installations and the very latest equipment.”
In 1976, the Codorníu cellars at Sant Sadurní d'Anoia were declared "a National Monument of Historical and Artistic Interest" by King Juan Carlos I.