Biutiful Cava Brut Rosé

"This spicy, fruity pink bubbly is...racy and tasty and fun, ideal for turning any evening into a party..." —
Dave McIntyre, The Washington Post
Cava D.O.
100% Garnacha, from 40-50 year old vines
700-900 meters / calcareous clay and broken limestone chunks
Farming Methods
Traditional methods
Hand harvested into small boxes
Individual varieties are fermented separately in temperature controlled, stainless steel tanks
Aged for a minimum of 12 months and up to 18 months on the lees prior to disgorging
Suggested Retail Price
Wine Name
Biutiful Cava Brut Rosé NV
90 (VM) 89 (IWR) 89 (VfC) 87 (WE) 87 (WS) ** (WP) #8 (VP)
Score Publication Review Copy
90 Vinous Media Pale orange. A lively, sharply focused nose delivers fresh red berry, blood orange and floral qualities and a subtle mineral overtone. Juicy raspberry, cherry and candied rose flavors show a refreshingly bitter edge and deepen slowly on the back half. Finishes tangy and precise, with a repeating floral note lingering. This is lot #927705. 2021- 2024
Josh Raynolds - March 2021
89 International Wine Report If you like the fresh strawberry flavors of the Grenache grape, you’ll love this sparkler. It shows beautiful (biutiful) Grenache aromas and flavors and a creamy, soft mousse. The wine has enough ripe fruit to make it a good pairing for the Thanksgiving meal.
January 2020
89 View from the Cellar The Biutiful Cava non-vintage Brut Rosé is made entirely from Garnacha, with these high altitude vineyards ranging from forty to fifty years of age. The wine ages for eighteen months on its fine lees prior to disgorgement and was finished with a dosage of eight grams per liter. It is a delicate, pale salmon color and delivers a lovely nose, with quite delicate fruit tones of wild strawberries and nectarine, coupled to lovely minerality, dried flowers and a hint of citrus zest. On the palate the wine is bright, full-bodied and has a lovely core, with pinpoint bubbles, good focus and grip, zesty acids and fine length and grip on the finish. This is not quite as delicate on the palate as the nose, as the Garnacha provides good, broad shoulders and plenty of personality. This is an excellent food Cava and the good mineral and acid foundation here absolutely devours the dosage. Fine juice. 2020-2030+.
Issue #86 - March/April 2020
87 The Wine Enthusiast Melon and nectarine aromas are simple but fresh and forward. A lean palate follows the nose, while this tastes of nectarine and citrus rind. Despite mild bitterness on the finish, this maintains a sense of freshness. Made entirely from Garnacha, which is rare for Cava.
December 2017
87 Wine Spectator This delicately laced rosé Cava offers tangerine, blood orange and peach notes, showing good cut, with a zesty acidity. Hints of floral and spice round out the finish. Drink now. 10,000 cases made, 5,000 cases imported.
G.S. - June 15, 2021
** The Washington Post Score: ** Stars (Excellent)
This spicy, fruity pink bubbly is made with garnacha, the Spanish name for the grenache grape. It’s racy and tasty and fun, ideal for turning any evening into a party, as well as for washing down pre-dinner nibbles. ABV: 12 percent. Great Value

October 2018

#8 VinePair Rated as #8 of in an article entitled: Eight of the Best Cavas Under $15, Tasted and Ranked, where editor Tim McKirdy tasted more than 40 different Cavas.
A strikingly pink, 100-percent Garnacha rosé, this is a fresh, young sparkling wine, closer in style to a fruity Prosecco than a yeasty Champagne. Its rich depth of vibrant aromas and flavors includes blood orange, tangerine, strawberries, and raspberries.
July 3, 2019
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