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Cava Brianda de Aragon Brut
Cava Brianda de Aragon BrutVinification After a first fermentation and bottling, a second alcoholic fermentation in the bottle, called retractions. Here, the base wine is mixed with yeast that help to consume the sugar and causes the fermentation. Then, the bottles are carried to the underground cellars to its period of ageing in contact with lees of the yeasts for a minimum of 15 months, making it a cava reserva. During that time occurs the removal, in the sediment of the yeast is transferred to the neck of the bottle. Later, it carries out the degüello, removing the sediment from the neck of the bottle with the minimum loss of sparkling wine. Finally, is made the corking the cava, by adding the liquor of expedition, a mixture of old wine, and other compounds that are allowed by the Appellation of Origin, what will compensate for the loss of liquid occurred in the disgorgement.