GRAPE: Xarel·lo, Macabeuand Parellada as the traditional Cava blend.

APPELLATION: Cava DO (Catalonia-Penedes).


Hand-harvested grapes from our own vineyards.  Pneumatic press, only the free run juice is used. Each grape variety produces a base wine which is made separately in steel tanks at controlled temperatures. The wine then undergoes its second fermentation in the bottle.

Aged on its lees for 15 months.


Glazia Cava is characterized by a great freshness in the mouth. It presents aromas of peach, pear and citrus fruits and subtle tropical fruits, supported by buttery and brioche notes to conclude with more floral and mineral aromas. It reveals a subtle straw yellow color with golden highlights, topped by a very white elegant foam.


Glazia has the status to give your guests a truly unique culinary experience as a single wine to serve throughout the meal. Enjoy it with the finest foods. Aperitifs as cheese tartlets and mini-toasts topped with smoked salmon, foie or caviar.

It goes delicately with Sushi, fish and seafood matched with the bubbly delicacy of Glazia: Oysters, langoustine, scallops, lobster. Sea bass, sole, and red mullet and fresh-water fish like perch, pike or trout. Delicious with veal blanquette, braised ham or pork tenderloin and any poultry recipe involving mushrooms.

The creaminess of the cheese works wonders with Glazia: Coulommiers, Camtal, Comté and Brie.

Glazia flows at wedding receptions and other family ceremonies, considered a must at social gatherings of every description.

After the theatre or an evening spent with friends as you put the world to rights or simply when relaxing at home on the sofa. It is quite simply the perfect aperitif.

Tech Sheet:


The Denomination of Origin (D.O.) Cava is situated between Barcelona and Tarragona, in an area approximately 80km wide, bordered in the north by the Montserrat Mountains and in the south by the Sitges and Tarragona coast. The composition of the land is varied, ranging from clay-limestone areas to the sandy soil found at different depths where the vines put down their roots. The climate is mild in the winter and hot in the summer, without being too extreme.