Cava grapes

The cava region has a unique heritage, climate and soil, which creates a perfect environment to grow its own native grape varieties: Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada.

-- Macabeo –
Macabeo (ma-ka-bei-ao) is widely grown in the Cava producing areas south of Barcelona, the Rioja region of northeastern Spain, and the Languedoc region of France. The most popular white grape of northern Spain, Macabeo grapes thrive in hot and dry climates. It is the finest variety of Penedes traditional white grapes. Download Flyer

-- Parellada –
Parellada (pa-lei-ya-da) is primarily grown in northeastern Spain in Catalonia where it produces aromatic and dry white wines.Download Flyer


-- Xarel-lo –
Xarel-lo (sa-lei-luo) is found mainly in the northeastern region of Spain in Catalonia. It gives a generous flavor and consistent taste to the wines.Download Flyer