Cava produced from a selection of vineyards where the grape varieties show their greatest potential and expressivity. Chardonnay, the main grape variety, from Costers del Segre with a continental climate, Xarel·lo from the central plain of Penedès and Parellada from high altitude vineyards in Pla de Manlleu, both areas with a Mediterranean climate. Harvest took place at the start of August at night, to take advantage of the cooler temperatures and to avoid the oxidation of aromas in the grape. Upon arrival, the grapes were pressed gently in a pneumatic press and the must was fermented in small lots at 17 ºC; a small percentage of the must was vinified in French foudres to ennoble the blend. After ageing for 35 months at a constant temperature between the thick walls of our cellars, this Blanc de Blancs Great Reserve has a long life ahead of it. Every part of the process that we follow to produce this cava has the objective of respecting what the land gives us, creating a fresh Cava with a long ageing potential.