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Cava Fuchs de Vidal Unic Brut Nature (Spain)



Unic comes close to Champagne by using 50% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir and a mix of just 15% local varieties as Macabeu, Xarel·lo and Parellada. This is a very well made bubbly and if you aren’t an avid Cava consumer, this might be your perfect way in! No added sugars and 15 months of aging, so the palate is creamy but dry. Beautifully balanced, full of pleasant sensations. Fantastic value!

Complex aroma of ripe fruit, nuts and some buttery creaminess.

Fresh and dry, pastry notes and a rich mouthfeel.

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About Capità Vidal


Pictures from left to right: (1) The bodega (2) Helena, me and Helena’s husband Gert Jan on a wine fair

Capità Vidal
The small winery was founded by one of the best known Spanish sailors Enrique Vidal (hence the name Capità (Captain) Vidal), who spent a lifetime sailing around the world. When he finally ‘came to port’, he decided to dig his sea legs into the earth and start a winery high in the Penedés. After decades of producing quality wine, the ‘captain’ who is now in his seventies, has retired to dedicate his days to sailing again. His stepdaughter Helena runs the business today and is the main winemaker.

Capità Vidal treats its products with genuine care and attention: the grapes are hand-picked and all the cava bottles are still hand-riddled. There are six wines on the market, but the main focus (and best-seller) of Capità Vidal are their cavas, known by the name of Fuchs de Vidal.

The winery itself, enclosed/surrounded by vineyards, is located in the Alt Penedes about 200 meters above the sea level. Inside, the two passions of Enrique Vidal – wine and sea – are exposed to the visitor through pictures, portraits and small design elements. With a yearly limited production, Capità Vidal is all about quality over quantity.


Style: Sparkling wine
Country of Origin: Spain
DO Cava
50% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 15% mix of Xarel.lo, Macabeu & Parellada
Bottle size:
Natural cork
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The Region

Cava | Spain

You may wonder where the DO Cava is located, and the answer is complex. Because Cava is actually a wine region without a region. DO Cava wines can be made wherever the cava-method is used and wherever cava-designated vineyards are located. This means that the DO is spread among 160 towns in seven of Spain’s political regions. However, most cavas are made in Cataluña, specifically in the Penedès area. The heart of Spain’s cava production is Sant Sadurní d’Anoia; 85 percent of all cavas produced in Spain come from this area in southern Barcelona province. The Ebro Valley is also home to quite a few cava vineyards.

Because the DO is located in many different areas, it’s nearly impossible to characterize its climate, soils or geography. Most of the designated cava vineyards enjoy a Mediterranean or continental climate.

Cava Grape Varieties
Traditionally, three grape varieties were used in cava production: Macabeo (viura), Xarel.lo (pansà blanca) and Parellada. Today, you can also find cava wines made from Chardonnay and Subirat Parent as well.


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