The CAVA D.O. organised a unique and safe night out last Thursday, 8 October, blending Cava and culture with the talent and sweet voice of renowned singer and songwriter, Judit Neddermann.
The Maritime Museum of Barcelona was the large venue that hosted this unique live concert, with the support of the magazine for gastronomic inspiration, Cuina. The fewer than forty attendees at the event, who won their double tickets through the Instagram contest of the CAVA D.O. and Cuina, began the evening with an in-depth guided tour of the Maritime Museum.
Then, in the large space of the Norai restaurant within the museum, the attendees were treated to a tasting featuring more than thirty Premium Cavas from some of the wineries in the Designation of Origin: Alta Alella, Bodegas Roura, Capità Vidal, Suriol, Various, Bolet, Codorniu, Covides, Francisco Domínguez Cruces, Freixenet, Giró del Gorner, Giró Ribot, Juvé & Camps, Marcelino Díaz, Maria Rigol Ordi, Maria Rosés, Maset, Molí Parellada, Roger Goulart, Rovellats, Segura Viudas, Sumarroca, Vegalfaro and Vilarnau.
Despite the safety distances and required sanitary measures observed at all times, everyone enjoyed a unique Cava-based experience that culminated with a toast with Cava by the acclaimed artist Judit Neddermann at the start of her acoustic concert.
Neddermann connected with the public from the first minute, both physically and digitally through the Instagram Live feed of the Cava D.O.and Cuina. She created a warm and enveloping atmosphere to the rhythm of her delicate voice and guitar, and she dazzled the audience with her anecdotes, as she revealed new songs from her album to top off a very special evening devoted to Cava and culture.
Judit Neddermann is a singer and songwriter who has published three solo albums and a joint album with her sister, Meritxell Neddermann.
She has partnered with many artists and projects, notably in the duet "Este Segundo" with Alejandro Sanz, a song included in the renowned artist's latest album. She has shared the stage with artists such as Jorge Drexler, Joan Manuel Serrat, Macaco, OBC (Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya), GiOrquestra, Txarango, Manu Guix, Gossos, Blaumut, Guillem Roma, Ferran Savall, The Sey Sisters, Mazoni, Xavi Sarrià, Feliu Ventura, Rufaca Folk Jazz Orchestra, Zalon Thompson and many others.