/ Conca de Barberá
Grapes: 100% Trepat
Poema carefully observes the Cava DO’s stringent regulations to craft its top-quality, small-production Cavas which are crafted using the same traditional method used in Champagne. The extremely rare red grape Trepat is used to produce Cava Rosado. The grapes are grown in the Conca de Barberà region of Catalonia, whose limestone soils are ideal for this grape. A green harvest and careful selection helps to ensure that only ripe, pristine grapes are picked. Grapes are harvested manually and pressed in three different wineries close to the vineyards. Grapes are macerated for 16 to 20 hours before fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 15 days. Second fermentation takes place in the bottle according to Metodo Tradicional.
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The wine shows aromas and flavors typical of Trepat, with fresh and elegant notes of strawberry, raspberry and rose petals. Balanced acidity keeps the wine light and fresh.
A great match with cold cuts, barbecue, small game and lightly smoked fish.
GRAPES: 100% Trepat
AGING: 12 months on the lees
points of distinction
- Made utilizing Metodo Tradicional, the same traditional method used to craft Champagne
- A festive, truly dry rosé style, made solely with the rare Trepat grape that grows only in Catalonia
- Versatile with many picnic-style and light meat dishes
about the grape +
Trepat has fresh and elegant strawberry, raspberry and rose petal aromas. Bright acidity makes the wine light and fresh.
While Cava may be produced in various Spanish regions, Poema grows and sources its white grapes in Penedès, considered the finest growing region.