Following careful selection, the grapes are put into stainless steel tanks for a first fermentation over 20 days at a steady temperature of 16ºC. Once blended and bottled, the Cava then goes into the cellar for a second fermentation in the bottle and a minimum of 15 months bottle-ageing before release.
The result is a cava that is straw yellow in colour with a green-tinged rim, bright and clear with steady bubbles. Very aromatic, with a strong fruit presence. Smooth and tasty on the palate, with well-balanced acidity and sweetness.
Wonderful on its own, Grimau Brut also works well with a wide variety of dishes, from fish and seafood to lighter meats like pork, or pasta and rice dishes. Best served between 6ºC and 8ºC.
Everyone that tasted was delighted will be getting some more soon
Got myself extra bottles on International Cava Day (brilliant invention) thanks to the special offer. Very easy to drink, creamy and no gassy after taste I notice on some cavas. Super easy to order, super quick delivery. Recommended!