October started with an unprecedented agreement between Cava and the almost-100 restaurants of the Spanish hotel chain with the richest historic heritage.
In this unprecedented collaboration, visitors enjoyed the select aperitifs offered by the Paradors’ restaurants.
During the promotion, maître d’s offered an exclusive tasting of Cava to their clients during dinner, along with the welcome aperitif that is traditionally served as a courtesy, and is prepared for the occasion by each head chef.
"This agreement involves and implicates Spain’s most important tourism chain in communicating Cava culture," said President of the Cava Regulatory Board, Javier Pagés.
Cava is a regular feature on the Paradors’ wine menu, designed to be a national oenological showcase, but also personalised in each establishment to show off the varieties of the D.O. and the most characteristic grapes of the local region.
For the occasion, the most emblematic Paradors offered some of the most select Cavas from the following wineries: Alta Alella; Avinyó; Bertha; Dominio de la Vega; Francisco Dominguez Cruces; Freixenet; Giró Ribot; Juvé & Camps; Marcelino Diaz; Maria Rigol Ordi; Mastinell; Molí Parellada; Segura Viudas; and Varias.