The Washington Post included Juvé & Camps Reserva de la Familia in a new holiday gift guide story, focusing on great sparkling wines for less than $25.
“Key words to note on the label: Brut nature means no dosage of sweetness is added when the wine is finished, so we have a bone-dry bubbly meant to showcase the fruit. Gran reserva indicates this wine was aged on its lees for at least 30 months to develop complexity – Juve & Camps ages its gran reserva more than 36 months. The vintage year indicates this is not a multi-vintage blend intended to showcase a house style; rather, it is meant to express the vintage. There is no disgorgement date – information I appreciate seeing on a label – to give us an indication of how long the wine aged, but we have enough to know this is a high-end cava with a very modest price tag. Impeccably balanced, the wine offers scintillating berry and currant flavors with a lush texture and vibrant acidity that will invigorate your palate with every sip. ABV: 12 percent. ”Juve + Camps_The Washington Post_12.11.22