The vineyard is located in high region, 700 meters above the sea, which can permit very good condition for grapes growing. The soil is dark in colour with a high lime content.
The climate is warm and temperate, the average annual temperature is 11.8 °C with a big contrast between winter can get as low as -10°C and in summer temperatures can reach up to 40°C. Throughout the year, vines receive around 2,800 hours of sunlight, for only 450 mm of rain.
Pale and sparkling yellow robe. The striking freshness and vivacity of the floral and fruity fragrances (yellow fruits and fresh fruits) take root, before giving way to subtle notes of vanilla and butter. A good ampleness and vivacity balance out in the mouth, developing into a round taste and vinous elegance. A fresh, balanced cava with a long finish. Its flavors are best revealed between 7 and 9°. Grace’s Harvest Cava Brut is delicate, elegant and balanced.
WINE MAKING METHOD
The grapes do the alcoholic fermentation in temperature- regulated stainless steel. It is very important to have these tools in the fermentation of white wine. The wine also made its full malolactic fermentation. After the fermentation is finished, the winemaker add a “licor de tirage” (mix of white wine, sugar and yeasts) which will start a new fermentation. After that the bottles are let in horizontal position for 12 months, that is more than the time required by the appellation requirement. After this ageing time, they remove some sediments present in the bottle due to the second fermentation, so, they freeze the neck and remove it before to add “licor de expedicion”. This is a mix of white wine yeasts and 6 to 8 grams of Sugar according to the CAVA Brut rules.