Why wait for a special occasion to uncork a bottle of cava? Every gastronomic moment of the day has its origin and charm, and they have a perfect cava to accompany:
The Brunch: In 1895 the journalist Guy Beringuer invented this term for replacing the heavy lunch that followed the mass for a lighter and social meal. Today, brunch is a cosmopolitan meeting on Sunday mornings when time seems to pass at a slower pace. A young, balanced cava of moderate complexity is ideal to enjoy this pleasant moment of the week.
The word aperitif did not exist in the seventeenth century with the modern sense. It was a 'thing to open and clean the roads' used by the pharmacists and physicians. In the modern era the name reflects the influence of the word 'appetite' (Latin: aperitivus- up an appetite). Today, the term aperitif means the drink that is taken before the meal. Brut nature or extra brut cavas, and even 'rosé' ones, are recommended for this moment. Even a 'rosé' cava, which is increasingly fashionable, would be a perfect match.
The meal is the highlight of the day, where wine lovers enjoy cava from the beginning to the end. Vintage and Great Vintage cava, a delicacy for the most demanding palates, are ideal to join a menu of salads, all kinds of vegetables, seafood, fish, meats, roasted dishes and spicy foods.
Afternoon cocktail. This drink of uncertain origin has suffered throughout history many ups and downs since its first mention appeared in 1806. The art of mixing drinks has been with us in many pleasant moments. Cava is the wine of privacy, which is drunken in mid-afternoon with the company of friends and a relaxed chat. At this moments the elegance of a light and sweet cocktail with rosé cava will make these evenings unforgettable.
Dinner. The night delights us with the most complex and refined dishes and for this moments a brut vintage or great vintage brut nature cava transform a great dinner in a unique and pleasant moment with friends and family. Cava is a noble wine that refreshes, encourages and incites to conversation.