Cavas Hill Cuvée 1887 Brut
Color: Straw yellow with green reflex, thin and persistent bubbles. Nose: Complex, with persistent notes of bottle aging and vegetable nuances. Mouth: Dry, well-balanced, broad and very elegant.
Cavas Hill is the legacy of the entrepreneurial spirit of a British man – Joseph Hill – who, in 1761, settled among the vineyards of Maset, in Moja (between Barcelona y Tarragona) in order to devote himself to growing vines and making wine. His descendants have continued this family job for generations. His grandson, Joan, inherited his father’s company; he built the country house that currently houses the company and the storage room that was separated from the house by a door that still preserves the lintel engraved with the year of the winery’s founding. The year 1887.