Today, I had the great privilege of being invited to D.O. Cava’s new Webinar series, ‘360 Degrees of Cava’. The first of its kind, this inteview series dives into the many different aspects of Cava. These will be hosted on the Cava website, and are open to all, and can be viewed from the comfort of your home, or anywhere in the world.

Everyone knows that wines can be intimidatingly complex, and even worse, that they are sold in a bewildering array of shades, vintages and labels. But D.O. Cava, the leading global cava maker, has taken things a step further by creating a new way to explore the wine world with a series of interactive virtual tastings.

D.O. Cava Wines has launched an initiative to help educate consumers on the perfect bottle of wine for every occasion. The 360 degree series, which will be presented live on the internet, will give consumers the ability to interact with a wine expert. The first meeting will be held on June 9th in the company’s London headquarters.. Read more about what is cava and let us know what you think.

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8. June – Sonoma, CA – D.O.. Cava is launching a series of educational webinars for media and sales representatives in the UK and US. The webinar series, titled 360 degrees of cava, will take the form of a moderated discussion in which three cava producers from Spain will share their stories and experiences.

This online initiative is the beginning of trade-focused educational programs that are part of the Denominación de Origen Cava (D.O. Cava) marketing campaign of the Cava Regulatory Council, launched earlier this year in the U.S. and U.K.

The campaign, also called 360 Degrees of Cava, aims to draw attention to the unique qualities of cava and highlight that cava is a quality sparkling wine that can be paired with a variety of cuisines around the world.

Four webinars will be held between June and the end of the year on topics ranging from the history of winemaking to new AOC regulations with high quality requirements. The first two sessions are for US and UK audiences and will be led by an expert from each side of the Atlantic, while the third and fourth sessions will be aimed at US and UK audiences.

Webinar 1:Wednesday, 30. June-9am PT – The Evolution ofWinemaking, presented by wine author and international judge David Kermode and multimedia wine expert Catherine Cole. Sign up here.

In this session, participants will delve into the rich history and tradition of cava winemaking, discuss the evolution of winemaking over the years – a history marked by discovery, growth and improvement – and talk about what’s happening today.

Webinar 2:Wednesday, July 28 at 9 am PT – Kava production areas, hosted by David Kermode and Catherine Cole. Sign up here.

Although 95% of cava production is concentrated in the Penedes region of Spain, cava can be produced in four main regions of the country. In this episode, the panel looks at the four main regions of D.C., the importance of Mediterranean influences and the specific growing conditions in each region that result in different styles and flavor profiles.

Webinar 3:Wednesday, September 22 at 9:00 AM PT – Cépages, led by Martin R. Reyes MW. Sign up here.

An in-depth dive into the nine main kava varietals, with a focus on the classic local trios that have traditionally defined kava winemaking: Macabeo, Xarel-lo and Parellada. The panelists will discuss what these different varieties bring to cava blends, how they work with each variety, how their variety choices have changed over the years (including the introduction of international varieties), and how these choices affect the styles of cava they produce.

Webinar 4:Wednesday, November 17 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time – Trade, Sustainability, led by Martin R. Reyes MW. Sign up here.

The final episode looks at the different categories and types of cava, from Cava de Guarda to Cava de Guarda Superior de Paraje Calificado, and the regulatory requirements for cava, including bottle ageing time, sugar content, organic methods and more, all designed to ensure the quality and consistency of the product and promote sustainable farming practices. The panelists will discuss the classification systems and how each system relates to sparkling wine consumers around the world.

O D.O. Cava

Cava, which accounts for more than 70% of international sales, is Spain’s most exported D.O.C., with 370 member wineries in more than 100 countries. The D.O. includes more than 38,000 hectares of vineyards and more than 6,800 grape growers. Cava is a sparkling quality wine that goes well with any dish. It is produced using a traditional method that strictly respects the origin, the land and the sustainability.

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