Freixenet Ice Cava 75cl

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Country Spain
Brand Freixenet
Size 70cl
ABV 11.5%
Closure Type Cork
Maturity Drink now
Food Match On its own, to be enjoyed in a big glass over chunks of ice, or with tapas or Spanish style salads
Style creamy and sweet

Freixenet ICE is the new refreshing way to drink Freixenet. With its enigmatic bottle design and enticing serve over ice, the introduction of Freixenet ICE brings a new dimension to the sparkling wine category. Fine bubbles, peach and ripe pear flavours, flowers and hints of tropical fruits. The palate is creamy and sweet with a long refreshing finish. This delicious semi seco cava is richer to balance the chill of ice so that the taste of the wine is not diluted.

Country Of Origin: Spain
Freixenet, is family-owned business based in centuries of wine-making heritage. The marriage of Dolores Sala Vive (granddaughter of the founder of Casa Sala) and Pedro Ferrer-Bosch (of the La Freixeneda family) in Catalunya in 1911 sparked the birth of the Freixenet story; and the newlyweds soon went into business together. Dolores’ in-depth knowledge of winemaking, together with Pedro’s vision and entrepreneurship, created the foundations of today’s company. But the new partners soon reached a stumbling block; as wine production was rapidly falling across Europe due to a deadly disease affecting grapevines. Looking for another route, sparkling wine produced in the Traditional Method proved an attractive alternative for the Ferrer-Boschs who quickly changed the direction of the business... Fast forward to 1914 and the booming company was trading under the name of Freixenet. Pedro grew up in a vineyard called La Freixeneda or ‘Ash Tree Grove’ in Catalan and, as a result, he was nicknamed ‘el Freixenet’; the name they chose for the company. The couple built new cellars in response to growing demand for their rather wonderful sparkling wine, and enjoyed growing success in Spain and abroad over the next few years. In the 1970s under the eye of Dolores and Pedro’s son José, they launched the iconic Cordon Negro black frosted bottle that just seemed to catch everyone’s eye. The company became the world’s leading producer of quality sparkling wine by the mid 1980s, but also changed the way the Spanish cava industry works forever. José’s tech-savvy innovations included driving the company to be the first in Spain to pneumatically press grapes and use refrigerated vats to control fermentation. José was also the brainbox behind Freixenet’s ingenious marketing and advertising during this period; not only masterminding that iconic frosted black bottle, but also driving the brand to become one of the early adopters of TV advertising. Today, the Freixenet Christmas advert and t
Country Of Origin: Spain

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