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WINE REVIEW: Two Grand Cru Sparkling Wines from Spain

by Andrew Chalk

Juvé & Camps Reserva de la Familia Gran Reserva 2017 (SRP $23)

o The leading Gran Reserva in the world

o Hand harvested fruit; whole cluster pressed to retain vibrancy and freshness

o No dosage is added after disgorgement to showcase the fruit in its purest form

o The wine develops complexity through extended aging for 36+ months

o Highly aromatic with deep, intense and elegant notes. Ripe white fruit flavors are followed by hints of fennel, toast and citrus. Rounded texture

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Juvé & Camps Brut Rosé Pinot Noir NV (SRP $23)

o 100% Pinot Noir, categorized as brut in style with only 5g/l dosage (sugar)

o Hand harvested, gently destemmed fruit undergoes “Méthode Traditionnelle” production before aging for 15 months in the bottle

o Intense, fresh and exuberant with aromas of cherries and strawberries, hints of honey, toast, and floral notes. Creamy and delicate on the palate

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