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Freixenet Blanc de Blancs NV 187ml
$3.60 $2.79
"Crisp, clean, and refreshingly easy. A great selection for your everyday sparkling wine needs, crisp and delicious!" ~ Winery Notes
this is a 187mL (glass) which is smaller than a regular 750mL bottle.

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Size: 187mL (glass)
Alcohol by vol: 11.5%
Closure: Screw Cap
Item ID: #7396
Location at store: 31f
Item Description
"Crisp, clean, and refreshingly easy. A great selection for your everyday sparkling wine needs, crisp and delicious!" ~ Winery Notes
About Freixenet
The roots of Freixenet run deep, entwined in the Penedès region of northeast Spain and in the history of two of its most prominent wine families.

16th Century – The Ferrer family establishes La Freixeneda, a winegrowing estate in the Penedès.

Mid 19th Century – Francesc Sala marries Josepa Tubella and they settle in her hometown of Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, also in the Penedès. He converts his father in law's barrel-making business into a wine distributor, eventually exporting wines all over the world under the name Casa Sala.

Early 20th Century – The youngest son of the Ferrer family, Pedro, marries the only daughter of the Sala family, Dolores, forever uniting two respected wine lineages. Seeing a unique opportunity in sparkling wines, which were not common in Spain at that time, Pedro and Dolores release their first cava in 1914 under the Freixenet label.

Early 1930s – Pedro travels to the United States in search of land to build a winery. He establishes an office in New Jersey but, on returning to Spain, he loses his life in the Spanish Civil War, leaving his wife and children to run the winery.

1940s – Dolores continues to build the business in the tough post-war era, launching Carta Nevada in 1941. The unique frosted golden bottle goes on to become one of Freixenet's most popular cavas.

1950s – Dolores' youngest son, José Ferrer, takes the reins of the family business with the goal of realizing his parents' dreams of introducing Freixenet to the world.

1970s – Following the Casa Sala tradition, the family ships the first bottles of Freixenet to the United States. José Ferrer, with a keen intuition, introduces Freixenet Cordon Negro in 1974, a new cava bottled in a radically distinctive dark frosted bottle, which would become known as the "Black Bottle Bubbly".

1980s – Through the constant efforts of José Ferrer and his sons and nephews, Freixenet becomes the world leader in sparkling wine produced in the traditional method.

Today – A century since Freixenet released its first cava in 1914 the company remains 100% family owned, with the fourth generation now entering the business, ready to celebrate 100 years and many more to come.
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Great value
"This is easy to drink and a very good value. I buy it by the case!"
Posted byGinger on Oct 20, 2022Verified Purchase
Great for the price!
"Not too sweet and just a nice, easy to drink bubbly. Great value for the price. I reordered a case!"
Posted byKeelye on Apr 24, 2021Verified Purchase
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Used for babyshower favors! Was a hit!!
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