One of the oldest properties we work with, the history of Can Macià dates back to the 13th century. Though the name has changed through the years, the drive for quality and family work remains constant. The land is now named Caves Bohigas, for Josep Maria Bohigas, since the end of the Spanish Civil War. Today his great-granddaughter Maria Casanovas Giró is the latest of the long family line to join the business of growing and selling high-quality Cava in Spain and beyond.
Grape: Xarel·lo 50%, Macabeo 30%, Parellada 20%
Region: Cava, Catalunya, Spain
Farming: Organic, estate owned vineyards, hand harvested, zero pesticides/herbicidesWinery: Champagne/Traditional Method: Primary fermentation in stainless, secondary fermentation in bottle for 24 months, dosage 8g/l