So Cava usually consists of a blend these three grapes, Macabeo (Viura), Parellada, Xarel-lo. Macabeo/Viura is very well known, the other two very much less so. The Parellada brings green apple and apple blossom, while the Xarel-lo brings the earthy flavours, both complimenting the Viura’s honeyed grapefruit style. Juvé y Camps is in Alt Penedès and the same family of the founder Joan Juvé Mir have run this vineyard since 1796 (the same year Cockburns of Leith started!). One of the finest Cava you will taste. Served regularly at Royal events, this has all the sophistication of Champagne with distinct Spanish terroir.