2008 Parxet Titiana Brut Rose Pinot Noir Cava
100% Pinot Noir
With the summer weather you’re going to want to drink something fresh and lively. Cavas are produced in the same method as Champagne at a fraction of the price. Many can be hit or miss, but this one both has a friendly price tag and impressive structure for its price point. Lounging by the pool or cooling off after mowing the lawn…this wine is a no brainer.
Tight nose, not showing much and not nearly as aromatic as the other sparkling roses. But a subtle elegance and complexity, just a preview of strawberry fruit. Very complex fruit, quite earthy with beets along with rose petal and ripe black raspberry flavors dominate this complex bottle of bubs. I like the finish and mouthfeel, and in general I’m impressed. Not knowing what it costs when I taste it, if this wine is $20 or under, I might text my friends to pick up a bottle. (Trouty just told me this is only $15. Winner winner, chicken dinner. I think everyone needs to add this to their wishlist).This entry was posted in Reviews and tagged Cava, Parxet, Parxet Titiana, Pinot Noir, Rose, Spain, Sparkling Wine. Bookmark the permalink. ← Bring it on down to Liquorville! Kuleto Estate Wine Dinner at Matthew’s →