Dubois Brut

Freixenet (Cava)

£2.30 (Approximate price)

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Freixenet produces this Dubois Brut , a sparkling wine from the region of Cava made of macabeo and airén and has an alcoholic content of 11.5%. The Dubois Brut is the ideal sparkling to combine with mascarpone cheese and shrimp. Uvinum users reviewed this sparkling wine with 4,3 of 5 points.
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Dubois Brut is a dry and fresh sparkling elaborated in the small village of Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the production centre of the iconic Spanish cava. Its rich aromas and harmonious character combined with its excellent value for money justify its presence among Uvinum's traditional bestsellers. To make the most out of Dubois Brut, serve it at 6-8ºC at the beginning of the party.

Technical sheet · Dubois Brut

Type Of Wine:
sparkling wine
Appellation:
Cava (Catalonia,Spain)
Cellar:
Freixenet
Volume:
75 cl
Grapes:
Airén, Macabeo
Pairing:
FishSeafoodStartersDessertsCheesePâté or foie grasSalmonShrimpMascarpone cheese
Allergens:
Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.:
11.5%
Consumption Temp.:
6-8ºC
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Description · Freixenet

Dubois Brut (Airén and Macabeo)

Dubois Brut is a dry and fresh sparkling elaborated in the small village of Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the production centre of the iconic Spanish cava. Its rich aromas and harmonious character combined with its excellent value for money justify its presence among Uvinum's traditional bestsellers. To make the most out of Dubois Brut, serve it at 6-8ºC at the beginning of the party.

TASTING NOTES of Dubois Brut:
- View: *a yellow straw colour with greenish hues, fine and abundant, persistent bubble.
- Nose: Noted for its complexity and intensity of aromas. It is elegant and harmonious. It displays delicate fruity notes.
- Mouth: Totally dry and completely natural. It reveals the perfect combination of acidity, bubbles and alcohol. This balance gives it a great harmony and sophistication.

APPELLATION: Cava
VINEYARD: Freixenet
GRAPES: Airén, Macabeo

PAIRING: perfect for desserts, appetizers, soft cheese and seafood like shrimp, shellfish and salmon.
TEMPERATURE: 6-8°C
ALCOHOL: 11.5%

Freixenet

In 1861 Francesc Sala Ferrés founded Casa Sala, the first wine-exporting company in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia. His son, Joan Sala Tubella, carried the business forward and after the wedding of Joan's daughter Dolors Sala Vivé to Pere Ferrer Bosch, the company entered the cava business. Pere Ferrer...

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Posted on at 11.23

4.5/5

Dubois Brut

my wife's favourite!
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Posted on at 08.15

5/5

NEVER ANY CAHNGE IN THE QUALITY OF THIS CAVA 5+++++
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Posted on at 09.22

4/5

At this price can afford to drink it everyday, (all day).
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Posted on at 08.50

4.5/5


for the price the wine is very good
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Anonymous

Posted on at 11.21

4/5

Yet to try it, but looks good. Will up date in due course. I have re-ordered, it is very good value.
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Posted on at 21.43

4/5

Had low expectations due to price but it was nice and Drinkable and good value. Will order again.
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Posted on at 21.43

5/5

Very nice
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Posted on at 08.12

4/5

Fabulous value product...and would be even more so if the shipping costs weren't as high
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Posted on at 20.06

4/5

Dubois

We drank it only for the toasts. It was a gift for my brother and he enjoyed it very much.
A beautiful colour. The final reminded me of bakery flavours. Stays a quite a few time in the mouth.
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Posted on at 09.49

4/5

Dubois

Semi Seco Cava.
Serve chilled, 6-7 º C.
Contains sulfites.
11.5% vol.
75 cl.
Pairing: creams, sweets, desserts
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