“Anna de Codorníu is born, the first sparkling wine to incorporate the Chardonnay varietal. Codorníu’s most iconic cava, delicate and elegant with unmistakeable freshness.
The most fitting tribute to the heiress of the dynasty and last person in the family to bear the Codorníu surname.”
Cavas are the Spanish equivalent to French champagne and Italian proseccos.
Brut simply means extra-extra dry. In my early years I preferred brut. Although I did enjoy this fine cava, I also enjoyed it with fresh squeezed orange juice.