FREIXENET CORDON NEGRO BRUT
The first bottle of Freixenet was relieved in 1914, the creation of a couple named Pedro Ferrer & Dolores Sala who were both from winemaking families. Pedro’s nickname was “El Freixenet”, named after his family’s branch “La Freixeneda”, which means ash tree grove in Catalan. In 1914, the first bottles were released with Pedro’s childhood nickname on the label. Freixenet had been born.
Cordon Negro Brut is a crisp, clean and
well-balanced 'cava' sparkling wine. The fresh palate of apple, ripe pear and
bright citrus flavors combine with a long finish and an exciting touch of
ginger. This brilliant, versatile cava goes well with just about everything.