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Begur Costa Brava what to do and where to go.


Raventos i Blanc: Vertical TastingYou must try the cava when you visit Catalonia. A glass of cava and some tapas watching the sun sink like a ball of flames into the sea is one of life’s greatest joys!

Spain produces many fine 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.

History lesson over! Cava can be as inexpensive as water so splurge a bit and pay a bit more you wont regret it and your head will thank you the next day!

Cava Cocktail


  • 2 blood oranges, plus 1 thin slice, for garnish
  • Splash of fresh lemon juice
  • Splash of bitters
  • 1/2 cup chilled cava


Using a reamer, juice the blood oranges into a strainer placed over a bowl. With the back of the spoon work the pulp against the strainer to extract all of the juice, about 1/4 cup.

In a small pitcher combine the blood orange juice, lemon juice, bitters, and the chilled cava. Give it a little stir. Pour into a chilled champagne flute. Garnish with a thin slice of blood orange.

Visit the link below to take you to Grau a great wine store and a must visit directions on the site.

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