We plan when it is the optimum time to harvest and then destem and gently press the grapes. These are red grapes and therefore the skins are left only a little while in contact with the must. We only use the first fraction of the must for the Anna Blanc de Noirs base wines.These base wines initially reveal slight pink hues which gradually fade during the fermentations, rendering a cava with a more intense colour than those made from white varietals. This characteristic is noticeable during the tastings.Once all the fermentations have been completed and the wines have been stabilised, we add the liqueur de tirage. The bottles are then stacked in underground cellars (at a constant temperature of 15º) where the second fermentation takes place followed by a period of aging in contact with the lees of the yeasts. All in all, a minimum of 9 months go by in the winery before the riddling (decanting of the bottles to facilitate agglutination and eliminate sediments) and subsequent disgorging, during which the sediments deposited after the second fermentation are removed.A dose of expedition liqueur is than added and the bottle is finally capped with a cork closure.