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Cava and Sparkling Wines

The best place to buy sparkling wines online

Our winemakers work to add to our catalog a complete selection of the best sparkling wines from denominations of origin such as Cava, Corpinnat, Champagne or Prosecco, all of them of great quality and best price.

What is sparkling wine and how is it produced?

A sparkling wine (also sparkling or sparkling wine) is a wine with dissolved gas. This gas is obtained from a second fermentation of the must inside the closed bottle, when the CO2 produced cannot escape and dissolves in the liquid.

What types of sparkling wines are there?

In the world there are hundreds of varieties of sparkling wine, all of them with their traditional production method. In each designation of origin, as in all wines, there is a regulatory council that establishes what types of grapes and production methods can be used to qualify for the DO seal.

At Disevil we are committed to four designations of origin for sparkling wines, each with its own particularities:

  • DO Cava : is the name by which most sparkling wines produced in Spain are popularly known, especially the Catalan ones. It is commonly made from Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada, although other varieties can also be used. The capital of cava is Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, in Penedès.
  • DO Corpinnat : a series of wineries that disagree with some of the guidelines of the DO Cava have been grouped under this DO. They have opted for this new quality seal, which accredits, in addition to the production method, organic and hand-picked agriculture.
  • DO Champagne : French sparkling wines are synonymous with quality and class, as well as tradition and love for the territory. Although many things are called champagne, only sparkling wines made according to the champenoise method from the Champagne region of France should receive that name.
  • DO Prosecco : the Italian sparkling wine owes its name to the fact that it is traditionally dry, that is, with little sugar, as opposed to Lambrusco. Until a few years ago they were largely unknown, but they are becoming more and more popular outside of Italy for their quality and versatility in pairing.

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