Products Anna Codorniu Blanc De Blanc Reserva Wine

Products Anna Codorniu Blanc De Blanc Reserva Wine

Products Anna Codorniu Blanc De Blanc Reserva Wine

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Introducing Anna Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva, a captivating Spanish sparkling wine that exemplifies the elegance and tradition of the Codorníu estate. Crafted from meticulously selected Chardonnay grapes in the Penedès region, this Reserva promises a delightful effervescence and a nuanced flavor profile that makes it a standout choice for any celebration.

With a pale straw color and fine, persistent bubbles, Anna Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva is visually enticing, setting the stage for a sparkling experience. The nose is an aromatic bouquet of green apple, citrus, and floral notes, creating an inviting and refreshing atmosphere.

On the palate, this sparkling wine unfolds with finesse. Crisp green apple flavors take the forefront, complemented by delicate hints of pear and citrus zest. The Chardonnay grapes contribute a creamy texture, adding depth and sophistication to each sip. The balance of acidity ensures a lively and lingering finish, making Anna Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva a versatile and enjoyable choice for any occasion.

Whether served as an aperitif or paired with light seafood dishes, this sparkling wine elevates the moment with its refined charm. The Codorníu legacy, spanning over four centuries, is evident in every bubble, capturing the essence of Spanish winemaking expertise.

Celebrate life's special moments with Anna Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva – where tradition meets modern elegance in a bottle. Cheers to the sparkle of Spanish craftsmanship and the joy it brings to every glass.

Appearance:
Glistening in the glass with a pale straw hue, Anna Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva showcases a fine and persistent effervescence, setting the stage for a sparkling journey.

Nose:
The aromatic bouquet is an inviting medley of green apple, citrus blossoms, and delicate floral notes. A hint of freshly baked bread adds a layer of complexity, promising a sensory experience that captures the essence of the Penedès region.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, this sparkling wine delights with crisp green apple flavors that dance on the palate. Subtle nuances of pear and bright citrus zest add depth and dimension. The creamy texture, courtesy of the Chardonnay grapes, imparts a luxurious quality, creating a harmonious balance of freshness and sophistication.

Finish:
The finish is lively and lingering, with a well-integrated acidity that leaves a refreshing and uplifting impression. Each bubble seems to tell the story of the Codorníu legacy, echoing through centuries of winemaking expertise.

The history of Codorníu is the story of a vine-growing family that dates back to the sixteenth century, making it the oldest winery in Spain. In 1551, the family already owned winemaking presses and barrels in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, where Codorníu still has its premises to this day.
Codorníu is Spain's longest-standing producer of wine and Cava. In 1872, Josep Raventós made the first bottle of Cava here, applying the Traditional Method (the second bottle fermentation used in Champagne) to a blend of local Penedès grape varieties: Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada.
Anna de Codorníu is made in homage to the woman who changed the history of our winery. Her mastery, elegance and authenticity are reflected in the cava that inherited her name. In 1984 the first vintage went on sale, a pioneer at the time for being the first to incorporate the Chardonnay variety into the blend.
In 1659, Anna Codorniu was the last person of the family to ever use the last name, so it remains a historic moment when she married Miquel Raventós and they both brought together two of the most important winemaking families. Besides wine, there is something that makes Barcelona and Catalonia very special: the cava.
Champagne has an alcohol percentage of about 12.2 percent, which is slightly lower than the average alcohol percentage of red wine (about 12.5 percent).

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