New York, NY (January 9, 2017)Pata Negra Cava, the best kept sparkling secret in Spain, has arrived in the United States. Steeped in Spanish culture and heritage, the super-premium cava sparkles inside and out. The cava is produced using the traditional champagne method, which yields a higher quality wine that sparkles with its own natural and finer bubbles. The label design took inspiration from the gate of Antoni Gaudi’s Casa Mila in Barcelona, interpreted to adorn the bottle with an instantly recognizable shimmer rooted in Spanish tradition and artistry. Available in Brut Reserva, Brut Rosé, Organic Brut and Organic Brut Rosé varietals, Pata Negra Cava retails for $14.99 and is available online and at select retailers.

Pata Negra Cavas are produced in Barcelona, at a winery located atop a hill that slopes gently toward the Mediterranean Sea. Its origins date back to 1647, with a walled estate from the seventeenth century. Today, the winery is surrounded by an estate of 309 acres containing Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Tempranillo and Chardonnay vineyards.

“Pata Negra Cava is a fantastic sparkling wine rooted in Spanish culture and tradition,” said Tom Bernth, National Sales Manager USA. “Our Pata Negra Cava offerings are of the highest quality, at an accessible price point, and can be enjoyed on their own or with food pairings, making them an ideal choice for meals, gatherings with friends, or enjoying with one’s favorite book or show.”


Varietals: 20% Chardonnay, 30% Macabeo, 25% Parellada, 25% Xarel-lo

Bright pale yellow with a continuous release of small fine bubbles, this bottle offers clean and intense aromas of apples and citrus, with subtle hints of brioche integrated during its aging. Elegant, balanced, and well-structured with a smooth and pleasant finish, this vintage Cava is a lovely aperitif and pairs well with light but rich foods: think pasta, fish, or chicken.

BRUT ROSÉ: SRP $14.99.

Varietals: 80% Trepat, 20% Pinot Noir

A beautiful and rich strawberry color with primary aromas of red berries and pomegranate, this bottled beauty is enticingly fresh. Elegant bubbles tickle the palate, enhancing fruity flavors, while further developing the long and sophisticated finish. Enjoy with almonds, cheese, light salads, and Asian cuisines.


Varietals: 100% Macabeo

With a pale straw yellow hue and bursting with small bubbles, this organic cava adds a high intensity finish to a fruity nose with hints of apples and citrus. Easy to drink, it has a pleasant structure in the mouth with a long, clean, fresh finish. Perfect as an aperitif, this organic favorite pairs well with appetizers, white meats, and any form of creamy cheese.


Varietals: 100% Garnacha

A vibrant bright-pink color, this bottled beauty uses organic Garnacha grapes to create delicate aromas of dried strawberries and raspberries. The crisp bubbles and balanced acidity is gentle on the palate, followed by a lingering fruity aftertaste. Delicious with salads, white meat, risotto, BBQ and desserts.

According to a study conducted by IRi Worldwide in 2017, sparkling beverages comprise 10% of the total wine market and the category is growing, with yearly sales increasing at an average of $100 million.

“With the growing interest in sparkling wines among American consumers, we are excited to bring the flavor and romance of Spanish winemaking and design to the United States, while helping to build the cava category,” added Bernth. “Not all consumers understand cava, or that it is Spain’s sparkling wine offering, built on the traditions of quality and craftsmanship, and we aim to change that.

“In Spain, the term pata negra is commonly used to refer to items of the highest quality. We’re excited to deliver on that promise with every bottle of Pata Negra Cava.”

Pata Negra Cava is part of the J. Garcia Carrion portfolio, a fifth-generation enterprise that began in Spain more than 125 years ago. With as much vigor today as when they started, the Carrion family continues to innovate wine production in new and exciting ways. For more information, please visit

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