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Wine of the Week – Lady of Spain, Paul Cheneau Cava

This beautiful creamy, toasty sparkler comes from Giro Ribot, a preeminent producer in Spain where the family owned and operated winery is located in the Appellation d’Origine Penédes. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the South and by Montserrat to the north. The French influence is reflected in its classical style. Lady of Spain is a tribute to fashionable women who popularized cava at the turn of the 20th century. The wine is 45 percent Macabeo, 40 percent Xarel-lo and 15 percent Parellada and is 12 percent abv. Visit www.pasternakwine.com.

Wine of the Week – Paul Cheneau Cava Demi Sec

Celebrations should be for every day – not just New Year’s Eve! Since 1976, Paul Cheneau has been making what he calls “The Spanish Sparkling with French expertise.” The wines are one of two brands from a leading Spanish producer of Cava, Giró Ribot in the Appellation d’Origine Penedés, created for everyday enjoyment and celebration. With fine bubbles, notes of ripe fruit and sweetness, the wine undergoes two fermentations in the barrel. Finished alcohol is 11.5 percent. Go to http://www.pasternakwine.com.   Image