QUALITY
PRODUCTS

Bringing together the knowledge and the experience of nine different wine-elaborating cooperatives with different Origin Denominations from Catalonia, and the labour carried out by their vine-growers, technicians and oenologists, Castell d'Or produces wines, cavas and olive oils which have earned great recognition all over the world.

Apart from the high quality products, other features from Castell d’Or are the modernist cellars, the cooperative work, the variety of the landscape and the agroshop chain. So we encourage you to discover all this for yourself.

MODERNISM
ART

The cellar from l'Espluga de Francolí was named Catedral del Vi (Wine Cathedral) by the catalan writer Àngel Guimerà. This denomination was soon used for other cellars built at the beginning of the 20th century by architects such Cèsar Martinell, follower of Antoni Gaudí, and Domenech i Montaner and his son Pere Domènech Roura.

If you want to know more about modernism art and how it was applied to the wine-growing agro-industry, come and visit the cellars in l'Espluga de Francolí, Barberà de la Conca or Vila-rodona, a real work of art.

AGROSHOPS

If you want to enjoy Castell d’Or’s wines, caves and olive oils, come and visit our agroshop chain. We offer you a warm welcome, very good advice and a selection of local products.

The cooperative cellars of Castell d'Or are: Barberà de la Conca, Bellvei del Penedès, l'Arboç, l'Espluga de Francolí, la Nou de Gaià, Solivella, Vila-rodona, Vimbodí and Vinaixa.

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CASTELL D'OR SL - Mare Ràfols, 3 1r 4a
08720  Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona (Spain)
Tel. (+34)938905385 Fax (+34)938905446 castelldor@castelldor.com

Castell de la Comanda Cava Semi Sec

Grapes

Macabeu 50% and Parellada 50%

Ageing

Second fermentation in the bottle, ageing of at last 12 months in our cellars.

Bottle

Cava green 75 cl.

Alcohol

11,5º

Visual examination

Brilliant appearance of pale yellow; good formation and release of bubbles in rosaries which form a crown.

Aroma examination

A pleasant, potent and fruity aroma, characteristic of the second fermentation in the bottle and the youth of the wine.

Taste examination

Godd structure in the mouth, very homogeneous flavours evoking the variety of the grapes. Suitable carbonic presence in the mouth, balanced in acidity and sugars.

Final impression

Long, smooth ending. Very clean retro-nasal effect.

Gastronomy

Ideal for aperitifs and desserts.

Ideal temperature

6º - 8º C

The cellar of Barberà de la Conca, is known as one of the ‘Cathedrals of Wine’ due to its monumental style, designed by the architect Cèsar Martinell, and is a perfect example of the purist modernist style whi ch abounds in the cellars of the Conca de Barberà.