Bodega Gramona

Gramona's history is long and storied, with its property serving as a point of reference in the Penedés for decades. The family has been making wine in the vicinity of Sant Sadurní d'Anoia dating back to as early as 1816, channeling the essence of the Mediterranean to transform the most precious element, the grape, into wines rich with character. The Gramona name began to appear on bottles of "Cava Champagne" in 1921. Today, the house is one of the few remaining family-owned estates in the region, most having been covered up by large companies in the last half century.

At Gramona, time is never an issue. The wines undergo perhaps the longest average aging period than any other cava and are never released until they are perfectly mature. Eighty-six percent of the cavas produced in the zone are released after 9 months; however, Gramona cavas see 30 months of aging – and in the case of the Enoteca, 12 years – before they are released. Long considered a pioneer for their work in the cellar, Gramona Estate has begun to convert to organic and biodynamic farming, reduce their carbon footprint by using geothermic energy and recycle all the water used on the property.

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Gramona La Cuvee 2013
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89  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 89 “The 2013 La Cuvee is a light and young Cava blend of Xarello with 30% Macabeo aged with lees for 43 months. It was bottled with close to five grams of sugar, as it is designed as a sparkling for aperitif. It's quite young and primary, with a lively palate and fresh flavors. 78,000
Item Number: 27658
Bottle:$15.95
Case: $191.40
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Gramona La Cuvee 2012
Winery Notes "Although it is comparable to the best of regular NV champagnes or some Prestige Cuvees, the indifference is primarily because of lack of education and poor perceived positioning of Brand Cava. One may need to think about the taster Neal Martin of Wine Advocate, who considers Gramona

Gramona La Cuvee 2011
Although it is comparable to the best of regular NV champagnes or some Prestige Cuvees, the indifference is primarily because of lack of education and poor perceived positioning of Brand Cava. One may need to think about the taster Neal Martin of Wine Advocate, who considers Gramona unquestionably

Gramona Gran Cuvee 2008
90  International Wine Cellar 
Robert Parker 90 "This is basically the equivalent of a grower sparkling wine in Spain. A low dosage is based on a solera system going back to 1870! Composed of Chardonnay and Xarella, it exhibits crisp, minerally notes intermixed with hints of orange rind, brioche and lemon zest, light to medium