The nose shows some yeast and dough aromas, along with lemon and red apple. The flavor is sweet Meyer lemon and red apple, and though it's not long in the finish, this is crisp and pleasing. This is an ideal Cava for parties and for very light appetizers.
The Segura Viudas estate has roots dating back to the 11th century. It started as an inhabited watchtower, and was later converted into a Catalan country house in the 13th century, growing all kinds of crops for the local monastery, including wine grapes. In the 1850’s it began crafting cavas, becoming the winery that continues to earn its reputation as one of the world’s top producers of sparkling wines to this day. The Ferrer family of Barcelona, expert producers of sparkling wine for over 100 years, purchased the Segura Viudas estate in the early 1980s.