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Fermi Bohigas

Odena, Catalonia • Spain

The Bohigas family has been growing grapes in the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia since the 1200s, but it wasn’t until 1929 that the winery was founded for cava production.

view of sparkling wine in a glass from the top

The current generations, Jordi Casanovas Bohigas and his daughter, Maria, the winemaker, manage 70 hectares of vineyards inland from Penedes with a more continental climate where Xarello especially thrives. Grapes are organically farmed, night harvested (all done by hand) for freshness, and brought to the gravity-fed winery, where they are gently pressed and fermented. Sparkling wines undergo a long, slow second fermentation in the cool ancient underground cellars with at least 20 months on the lees.


Cava Brut Reserva

Cava Brut Rosat


vineyard in front of hill in the distance
vertical stack of horizontal cava bottles in a stone wall
clay amphorae
courtyard lined with trees and barrels with stone and stucco building
red sign indicating dates of a wine cellar
white wine label with black and yellow text and seal