Cavas Hill @ iYellow Wine Club

Last Monday I attended a night of drinks and Spanish flares at iYellow Wine Club (@iyellowwineclub) iYellow is a place where you can taste wines from all over the world, learn about the wines you love and meet other wine lovers! Luckily enough for me, I had a chance to sample some elegant Brut Cavas Hill along with some amazing finger foods made by Sliced Gourmet – a restaurant that also offers catering services.

The colour of the Brut Cavas Hill is a straw yellow – with thin and constant bubbles. The wine is well balanced, broad and elegant.

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Here’s a little more about the wine – taken from their website (CAVA’s HILL

Wine-making (+)

After the second fermentation that takes place in the bottles, the bottles are kept in the cave at least twelve months at a temperature between 12ºC and 16ºC. The contact of the base wine with the yeast during this time gives the cava a unique personality.
Once the cava is free of the yeast responsible for the second fermentation, we add expedition liqueur containing less than 15 gr/l sugar, since it is a Brut. Then the bottle is closed with a natural cork.

Serving Suggestions (+)

Ideal at any time of the day, as an aperitif, or as an accompaniment to charcuterie, sauce based fish dishes, meat and barbecued vegetables

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Pan Con Tomate

  • bread rubbed with olive oil, tomato & garlic

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Chorizo & Saffron paella arancini

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Ceviche | fresh fish, avocado, cilantro

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Croquetas  – Spanish fritters filled with ham & cheese, served with a chipotle aioli

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Papas Bravas – fried potatoes, topped with a flavourful tomato sauce and tangy aioli

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Creme Brulee

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I had such a fantastic time sampling the Brut – Cavas Hill wine – simply elegant and easy to consume. The foods paired with this wine was truly amazing. Little bit sized snacks that were so addictive throughout the night. I swear I had at least 3-4 servings of the ceviche =)

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This meal was complimentary but Foodinthecitytoronto.com remains unbiased in our content

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