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Cava

Spain produces a large amount of sparkling wines, called cava after the cellars in which the wine is produced. These wines are made in the “méthode champenoise” or “Champagne method,” which is the same method that is used to make Champagne. Cavas, produced in Catalunya using the macabeo, xarel-lo and parellada varieties, range from the cheap and simple to some reserve cuvées than can show remarkable finesse.