Gramona III Lustros Gran Reserva Brut Nature 2005

Gramona III Lustros Gran Reserva Brut Nature 2005, Bodega Codorniu, D.O. Cava
35,00 € *
Inhalt: 0.75 Liter (46,66 € * / 1 Liter)

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    Gramona III Lustros Gran Reserva Brut Nature 2005

    70% Xarel-lo and 30% Macabeo. Ausgebaut nach der Metodo Tradicional, 60 Monate vor dem Degorgieren auf der Flasche gereift.

    Alkoholgehalt: 12,0 Vol.%


    Leuchtendes Goldgelb, feinperlige Perlage. Im Bukett feine Aromen kandierter Früchte, filigrane Kräuter, dezente Hefe, gröstete Nüsse. Am Gaumen ausgesprochen komplex mit einer exzellenten Frische und Harmonie. Mit einem eleganten Fruchtspiel und animierender Frische gleitet der Gramona III Lustros Gran Reserva Brut Nature in einen elegantes und nur langsam ausklingendes Finish. Trinkreife 2013-2020.


    95 Punkte Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #200 Apr 2012: "The 2005 III Lustros Gran Reserva Brut Nature (disgorged January 2012) is a blend of 70% Xarello and 30% Macabeu from the 5-hectare -La Plana- vineyard that lies 200 meters above sea-level. It spends seven years on the lees and is dosaged with 100-year-old Solera wine. It possesses brilliant clarity on the nose with touches of oyster shell, citrus lemon, wet limestone and yellow flowers. The palate is supremely well-balanced with electrifying acidity on the entry, displaying subtle notes of apricot, lemon curd and quince that lead to a perfectly balanced finish. This is a wonderful Cava that deserves 2-3 hours aeration. Drink now-2018+"

    The town of Sant Sadurni D-Anoia is built upon Cava, and in one of its streets in an undistinguished building lies one of its greatest exponents - Gramona. I had time to taste through their current portfolio, as well as take a brief tour of their ancient cellars housing countless bottles, each annex named after a different member of the dynasty. My guide was the garrulous Xavier Gramona, a veritable fountain of information and viewpoints, in particular with respect to agrology (where Claude Bourguignon acts as an advisor) and the -essence of long aging- for Cava in terms of soil, autolysis and that crucial ingredient, time. His research into autolysis deserves an article all of its own, but essentially he believes that lees-aging is mandatory to create complex aromas and flavours and to protect the wine from oxidation during aging - five years minimum, and preferably ten years to create a truly great Cava. Even then, he advises that Gran Reservas should be given two or three years bottle age after disgorgement. At Gramona, detail is everything, pruning according to lunar phases, manual picking, riddling by hand, aging bottles under cork rather than crown cap and using 100-year Solera wines aged in chestnut and oak barrels for dosage. So let us examine what is unquestionably the most impressive portfolio of Cavas money can buy.


    Bodegas Gramona, Carrer de la Indústria, 36, 08770 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Province of Barcelona, Spanien

    Allgemeine Hinweise

    Enthält Sulfite. Kann Getreide, Eier und Milch enthalten.

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    • Jahrgang 2005
    • Typ Cava Brut Gran Reserva
    • Inhalt 0,75 Liter
    • Alkoholgehalt 12,0 Vol.%
    • Empfohlene Trinktemperatur 14-15 Grad Celsius
    • Trinkempfehlung 2013-2020
    • Rebsorte 70% Xarel-lo, 30% Macabeo
    • Herkunft Spanien
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