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caver

[′kāv·ər]
(meteorology)
A gentle breeze in the Hebrides, west of Scotland. Also spelled kaver.
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My friends and I were tempted in for a cava tasting at Roja Pinchos, a speciality cava and gin joint which serves topnotch pinchos - or snacks on skewers.
M&S's three discount cavas are all made by the latter under the watchful gaze of one of the company's top winemakers Gabriel Suberviola.
In the Catalan language, the word cava means cave or cellar.
Almost 100 years later, in 1986, the EU granted a DO to cavas from the Penedes area, which has deep soils that contain minerals, calcium carbonate and limestone.
The Codorniu Vintage Brut Cava andthe CodorniuVintage RosCava are both down from pounds 12.
This is a gorgeous cava and, at under a tenner a bottle, it's a high-end alternative to champagne.
Marques de Monistrol has sealed a new UK supermarket listing with its latest launch, the Grand Tradicion Vintage Cava Rose 2005.
Catalonia is also home to Cava, the Spanish traditional method sparkling wine.
Finally, we tried four cavas, from Spain's Catalan region, with one clear winner - Freixenet 2012 Vintage Especial Brut - scoring 7.
Morrisons offers fresh and lively Codorniu Teresa Brut Cava for pounds 2 off at pounds 5.
CAVAS are always good value for money and some of their vintage wines rival that of Champagne.
The range from the family-run vineyard and Cava house, Finca Nadal de la Boadella, includes a Nadal Brut, a Nadal Rosado Brut and a 2000 Nadal Brut Especial Gran Reserva, priced from 8.