Segura Viudas Lavit Rosado Brut NV

Thanksgiving weekend.  The turkey is ordered, the shopping is done, the inlaws are en route – you’re going to need wine.  And with so many other decisions to ponder this weekend (sausage vs wild rice stuffing, ham vs. turkey, pumpkin vs. pecan pie), let me make your wine choice easy for you.  Bubbly.  Pink bubbly at that.

Versatile enough to service turkey, ham or vegetarian (sorry Tofurky lovers – I don’t think anything can help you), plus the cornucopia of side dishes that this holiday brings.  This Rosado (rosé) is fruitier and creamier than the standard Segura Viudas Brut (one of the top cava on this market).  Pale salmon in hue, this Trepat-Monastrell-Garnacha blend has fresh, minerally raspberry aromas and a palate of nuts, citrus, bright cherry, pomegranate and wild strawberry.  Nice fruit sweetness makes this appealing to a wide audience, and sparkling always makes an occasion more festive  – stock up.

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* Trepat is a rarely seen black grape variety, used primarily for rosé cava and grown in the Tarragona and Penedès area of Catalonia, in North East Spain.

– Reviewed by Treve Ring

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Treve Ring is a wine writer, editor, judge, consultant and certified sommelier, and has been with EAT Magazine for over a decade.\r\n\r\nIn addition to her work with EAT, she is a Wine Critic and National Judge for ...

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