The autolysis of yeasts after many years of contact with the wine produces these unique and highly complex aromas, which are obtained from the very long aging. It has subtle floral and fruity notes, as well as a spicy undertone. Honey, quince, chestnut, and water pear are some of the flavours that come to mind, with a citrus undertone that gives it a nice freshness. In the mouth, it brings us closer to chamomile, toasted nuances with a hint of nuts and a hint of honey. It is enriched by the transparency of its cream, which has a good taste maturity. With a small bubble that releases smoothly and neatly. Cava has a wide range of nuances, allowing for a wide range of pairings (stew, rockfish, seasoned meats, game). Also great for sipping it alone and savouring all that it registers that change as the glass temperature changes.