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Cavas Canals & Munné, Canals & Munné Cava, a popular sparkling and refreshing Cava produced by the Champenoise method. Buy Canals & Munné Cava. We offer the three most popular types of Cava for sale Cava reserve, Cava gran reserve, Cava brut.

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Canals & Munné is a small family company dedicated to the elaboration of middle to high quality wines and cavas since 1915, when Josep Canals Capellades, the great grandfather of the current enologist, Òscar Canals, first set up the business. The crest of the house symbolises water canals full of cava, and the towers represent the union of the brand, together with the vine leaves and the grapes from the vineyard.

Josep Mª Canals Casanovas, the son of the founder, together with Dolors Torres Munné, formed the second generation of the cellars. From this union, Montserrat Canals Torres was born, who is now the manager of the cellars.

Leading the cellars are: Òscar Canals Medina, the enologist, and Ivan M. Canals, the sales director. Francisco Medina Gutierrez, is in charge of production. Recently, the fifth generation of the family was born; Òscar and Nil Canals Gramisel.

We currently have two cellars, the original from 1915, in the centre of the village, dedicated to weekend wine tourism, and the new cellar from 1998, located in the middle of the vineyards, in order to elaborate the best cavas in the area.

Welcome to the craft of cava making. Here, in the darkness and the silence, since 1915, little by little, our cavas have been created one by one. With dignity and with character. Our production is carefully limited and bottles are individually numbered since they only come from exceptional years.

Each bottle of cava has the disgorging date written in the Julian calendar. For example, Lot L-4330, nº 4, means it is from the 2014 harvest, and the number 330 relates to the 330th day of the year. This means it was disgorged at the end of the year, approximately 27 November of 2014 and so our customer knows that the best time for consumption is 18 months to two years from that date; that is, until the middle to end of 2016 the cava will be at its optimum level for consumption. 

Several years ago, Canals & Munné decided on a new line of ecological products consisting of Cava Dionysus Brut Nature Eco and Vi Blanc Prínceps Eco. In the times in which we are living, this represents a great success.

Canals & Munné is dedicated to tradition, the land and the local culture through the promotion of local food in our antique cellars, transformed into a magnificent restaurant at the weekend.

Making the best cavas begins with the exclusive location of the vineyards according to each variety of grape and the combination of the wines which will form the blending, under the auspicious eyes of the enologist. Once the grape is harvested at its optimum moment of maturity, it will be subject to different degrees of pressing and fermentation, depending on the type of cava for which it has been chosen and prepared. The varieties used at Canals & Munné, are; Chardonnay, Macabeu, Xarel·lo, Parellada, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Ull de Llebre and Merlot. We also use Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc, as calming wines.

Once the grape has been selected and the best must has been obtained, the first fermentation and filtering takes place. After this comes the blending. 

Once the blending is done, which is the highest art form and experience of the enologist, then the “tirage” will take place. This consists of filling the bottles with a mixture of the blended wine, sugar, yeast, vitamins (if necessary) and clarifier. Then the bottles will be placed deep underground in the cellars to ferment and age in the darkness for a minimum of two and a maximum of five years.

This method allows us to achieve cavas with a fine sparkle which do not adversely affect the head or the stomach. Following the delicate operation of remuage in the pupitres or riddling racks (consisting of one eighth of a turn of the bottles every day for two months until all the mother yeast and sediment reaches the neck of the bottle) disgorging will take place (consisting of extracting the mother yeast or sediment from the cava bottle by freezing the neck in Xampagel and adding expedition liqueur, except in the case of Brut Nature). We then insert the cork and place the wire around the neck of the bottles. Then the bottles are cleaned and inspected individually to guarantee maximum quality and clarity of the product. Finally, the cava is labelled (capsule, ticket, neck wrapping and back label), placed into boxes and numbered to identify its shelf life, which is 18 months to two years maximum. The cava is now ready to be enjoyed in all its fullness.

It is important to remember that in order to make a really good cava, there should be at least 4 or 5 years between harvesting the grape until you enjoy the pleasure of a bottle of Canals & Munné at your table.

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