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Juvé y Camps S.A.

Sant Venat 1, 08770 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia

Telephone +34 93 8911000
Fax +34 93 8912100

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 10 / H62
 Interactive hall map

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 10): stand H62

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.24  Spain
  •  Cava
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.24  Spain
  •  Penedès


  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.07  Cava

Our products

Product category: Cava, Cava

Cava La Capella

Cava Gran Reserva
Brut Nature
12% Vol.
108 months sur lie on average

Xarel·lo monovarietal from the Espiells estate. Beautiful golden colour and surprisingly deep, complex nose. Intense notes of stone fruit (peach, apricot, loquat, etc.) coexist with brioche and butter. As it opens up, it starts to develop a faint background of nuts and curry, as well as toasted notes, from the long ageing. It is creamy, well-structured and incredibly fresh on the palate. It has a persistent aftertaste of dried apricots, walnuts and fine pastries.

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Product category: Cava, Cava

Cava Blanc de Noirs

Cava Reserva
12% Vol.
25 months sur lie on average

This cava is made from the pinot noir grapes grown in Espiells. It has a beautiful golden colour with slightly coppery hues. Its varietal character can be seen in the bouquet, with notes of cherries and white fruit on a citrus background that is honeyed and reminiscent of toasted bread. On the palate it is well-structured and elegant, magnificently effervescent, pleasantly unctuous and quite long.

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Product category: Cava, Cava

Cava Milesimé

Cava Reserva
12% Vol.
24 months sur lie on average

This Cava Reserva Brut is made only from the best harvests with free-run juice from chardonnay grapes grown in the Can Rius vineyard, within the estate of Espiells. Beautiful golden colour, superb foam and small, abundant bubble, it is distinguished in its expression, with lively notes of white fruit (peach, apple), honey, grapefruit, toasted bread and dairy that are typical of the variety. It is exuberant in the mouth, with clear freshness, considerable intensity and fabulous creaminess. It has a long, elegant finish.

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About us

Company details

Organic growing
Respect for nature and its cycles, as well as the belief that only from this admiration can we make great cava and wine, has been a constant throughout the history of Juvé & Camps.

It can be seen today in our organic vineyards, where grapes are grown in a way that respects their surroundings and the environment, and in our low-yield grape-growing practices, aimed at obtaining the best quality in the most natural way. Conscious, consistent growing that considers the vines as part of the surrounding landscape and wine, the expression of its ecosystem.

In 2015, Juvé & Camps was granted certification for our organic winegrowing. To do so, we made the necessary changes in our agricultural processes and restructured the vineyards, eliminating any chemical insecticides and herbicides. Only authorised organic products are used to neutralise and combat the fungi that can attack the grapevines. Furthermore, fallow periods of up to 7 years let the land rest and recover. The result: healthy, balanced, top-quality grapes.

Manual harvesting
The grape harvest has arrived at Juvé & Camps. This is the moment everyone has been waiting for, time to collect the fruits of a year of dedication and care in the vineyards.
In the early morning, the grape harvesters work hard between the rows of vines, delicately handling their scissors, cutting only whole, healthy bunches. This is the first selection process. Next to them, the small baskets start to fill up. Then, the tractors set off with their haul on the short trip to the winery. A second selection awaits the grapes on the sorting table. Only perfectly ripe and healthy grapes will be accepted. Here at Juvé & Camps we believe it is very clear: quality begins in the vineyard.

Manual harvesting of the grapes is a practice that has been used at the winery since the very beginning. It is done by people who have been associated with Juvé & Camps for years, generations even. They’re part of the family. This, the most delicate task, is in their hands, and much of the quality of the wine to come depends on it. The grapes mustn’t be squashed when the bunches are put into small boxes. They must be handled carefully, not jostled, when loaded onto the trailers. In the end, after a long, hard day’s work, the satisfaction of a job well done.

Artisanal production
Every Juvé & Camps wine and cava is a story, a landscape, a little piece of the family’s history. That’s why we pour ourselves body and soul into making them.

Pioneers of the Gran Reserva
Perfect integration of the carbonic gas, great complexity in the bouquet, delicate, fresh flavour that is persistent with a long finish. These are the attributes of the best cava. Something that takes time, a lot of time. The ageing of the wine on its lees after the second fermentation in the bottle is slow.

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