When a special occasion arrives, such as Christmas, the cava takes on a leading role before any other drink. In the market we can find plenty of cavas to provide an excellent quality, for all tastes and any pocket, which means that no one is left without this drink so typical and that has so many roots.

Cavas you can’t forget at Christmas

Freixenet’s Brut Nature is one of the most classic Christmas cavas. Who has not seen the ads for this product every year? It is a dry cava, with a great recognition that is obtained from Macabeo, Xarel-lo and Parellada grapes.

Codorniu is another of the heavyweights every Christmas and one of its best cavas is the Anna de Codorniu Black from Blancs Brut Reserva, a modern, gastronomic and great creamy cava, with a great design. It is ideal for an appetizer or for food.

Less known but with great quality is the Recaredo Terrers Brut Nature Gran Reserva 2009. It is a firm that, according to its owners, is more than a product, it is a story, a passion and an emotion that is reflected in the palate from the first sip, which leaves no one indifferent.

If you are looking for something completely different, you can opt for Kripta 2008, a jewel that has a minimum aging of 48 months. It is very soft and leaves a slight vanilla aftertaste as well as ripe fruit, toasted and a little touch of truffle. It is excellent to accompany very elaborate and high quality meals. A luxury for the most gourmets.

We finish with a cava with a lot of personality, the Gramona Imperial Brut Gran Reserva 2011. It is dry but very pleasant to the palate and thanks to its great versatility can be combined with a large number of different dishes.