Cava is a drink associated with celebrations, partying and luxury. Its preparation is slow and delicate and serving it has its art. Cava is traditionally a Christmas drink. Although it has been becoming a more common drink throughout the year, Christmas and New Year take the stage when it comes to this drink’s consumption. Always linked to luxury and party, it is a sparkling wine that contains carbon dioxide obtained naturally after the alcoholic fermentation of the grape must.

The process of making Cava is the same of the French champagne and the Italian Prosseco, and it is known by the term "champenoise method". However, some years ago, due to the requirements of champagne makers, and in accordance with Community regulations, the term "champenoise method" was definitively replaced by "traditional method". New and advanced techniques allow to obtain an increasingly evolved and higher quality product ready to satisfy the most demanding palates.