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Juve Y Camps Reserva Brut Rose

Juve Y Camps Reserva Brut Rose – non vintage, completely unpretentious bubbles for under twenty bucks.  This is my kind of party.

Bright, rich cherry colour thanks to its linage of pinot noir vines, Juve Y Camps Pinot Noir Reserva Brut Rose drinks exceedingly well.  A dry, fruity Rosado Cava from Spain, the nose starts with the signature cherry one might expect of a pinot noir then opens up with hints of strawberry preserves and raspberries.  A mouthful of bubbles with the undertone of more red fruit, raspberries and cherry in the lead, with an undertone of fruit flowers and stone gives this wine a balanced acidity and roundness.

Wine Under $20

Medium bodied and dry, honest-to-God you’d never know it’s $19.95.  A truly great find.  The Wine Spectator gave it a score of 90/100, I’m inclined to agree but maybe be just a tad more generous.  On my Gypsy Scorecard it ranks 91/100, with extra marks for sassiness and valor.  

Pairs well with: salty charcuterie, a good ceviche, crab cakes, lobster, gravlax, hummus, prosciutto and melon, brie and nachos with a fruity salsa.

Juve Y Camps Pinot Noir Reserva Brut Rose, a wine for a dash of celebration and the perfect party starter, it is the stuff of summer dreams.

Juve Y Camps Reserva Brut Rose, branding - FG

 

Cori Horton

Cooking in her home kitchen just outside Ottawa, Canada; Cori Horton is a food photographer, recipe blogger and Food Business Consultant. A Cordon Bleu-trained Chef, Cori spent five years as the owner of Nova Scotia's Dragonfly Inn, ten years in catering, and has been sharing all things delicious - right here - since 2010.

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