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CODORNIU CAVA – CATALAN TRADICION

March 29, 2017

codorniu1Codorniu is the story of a wine-producing family that dates back to the 16th century. It is the story, therefore, of a region and its progress, of the people of an area, of their creative and innovative ability, and their talent for constant improvement.

In 1872, Josep Raventós Fatjó – pioneer of the cava industry – produced his first bottle of cava by applying the traditional method to a blend of classic Penedès varieties.

History, tradition, innovation and savoir-faire join together to create exemplary architecture. The modernist cellars designed by the distinguished architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch and classified as a National Monument of Historical and Artistic Interest, are indeed a symbol of the work of the family and the company: a tribute in stone, a veritable cathedral of cava.

codorniu2For more than 130 years Codorniu has been sharing the fruit of the earth and its cavas, and by doing so we know that we are present at moments of happiness for millions of people. A Codorniu cava represents companionship and is inseparably linked to social gatherings involving a toast.

Visiting hours: Monday-Friday from 9:00 to 17:00, Weekend and holidays from 9:00 to 13:00 It is necessary to book a tour in advance via telephone (+34 93 8913342), fax (+34 93 8910332) or e-mail (reserves@codorniu.es), in order to check the winery’s availability. The Reservation Center is opened from Monday to Friday, 9 to 17 hours, except holidays.
Address: Avda. Jaume Codorniu, s/n Sant Sadurní d’Anoia          Web: www.codorniu.es

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