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Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé


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Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé is a sparkling rosé wine produced by Bodegas Codorniu, a renowned winery in the Penedès region of Spain. Anna Brut Rosé is part of the Anna collection, named after the founder of the winery, Anna de Codorniu.

This wine is made from a blend of traditional grape varieties, including Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, carefully selected to emphasize the elegant and fruity characteristics of the wine.

In the glass, Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé has a beautiful salmon pink color, bright and lively. It presents an enticing aroma of red berries, such as strawberries and raspberries, along with floral notes and subtle hints of brioche. On the palate, this brut rosé is refreshing and lively, with lively fruity flavors perfectly balanced with a refined acidity. It has a fine mousse and a silky smooth texture, which makes for an elegant and pleasant drinking experience.

With its freshness, fruitiness and lively character, Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé is a delightful choice for lovers of sparkling rosé wines looking for an elegant and refined taste experience.

Wine - Food pairing

Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé is a versatile wine that can be enjoyed on its own or with various dishes. It is an excellent companion for festive occasions, aperitifs, salads, seafood, light fish dishes and mild cheeses.

Codorniu Anna Brut Rose

Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé is a delicious Spanish Cava wine made from Pinot Noir, Macabeo and Xarel-lo grapes by Bodega Codorníu from Penedés Spain.

Recommended serving temperature between 8°C and 10°C.

Raventós Codorníu

In 1895, Manuel Raventós, the man who made Codorníu great, hired the Art Nouveau architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch (a contemporary of Gaudí) to expand the winery. The building he designed symbolizes the fruitful alliance between nature and human labor and is a tribute in stone to the silence of Cava. The building was declared a National Monument of Historical and Artistic Interest in 1976 and is one of the most impressive examples of architecture serving Cava production. Underground there is a labyrinth of wine cellars, where Codorníu Cavas have been undergoing their second fermentation and maturation at a constant temperature for more than a century now.

In 1872, Josep Raventós Fatjó made Cava for the first time in Spain according to the Méthode Traditionelle, for which he used local grapes from the Penedés: Macabeo, Xarel•lo and Parellada. With this he gave life to a completely new sector in the region and the name Codorníu will forever be linked to the history of Cava. A good Cava is made from high-quality grapes. That is why Codorníu carefully selects its grapes and manages its vineyards with care. The Cava producer has been growing sustainably for years. This means that nature is allowed to take its course and only intervenes if the balance is disturbed. Codorníu thus combines tradition and innovation in the production of Cava, where every step of the process is controlled until the Cava reaches the consumer.

More Information
Product Codorniu Anna Brut Rosé
Country Spain
Producer - Brand Codorniu Cava
Type of wine Sparkling
Region Penedès
Grape variety Pinot Noir
Price per bottle €17.95
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