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bubbly wine night

Uncork the fun, unleash the belly…

14th March, 17:00 till late



let’s go bubbly!

Join us for this unique night featuring six different premium Cavas from the most emblematic Spanish wineries and enjoy them all by glass along with the Special Tapas that our Chefs prepared especially for this night.

There will be no set menus, you may order your favourite dishes a la carte and complete them with our Chef’s specials and of course the main stars of the night: Spanish Cava!

Ready for the bubbly tour around Spain?

what is cava?

Cava (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈkaβə], plural caves) is a sparkling wine of Denominación de Origen (DO) status from Catalonia. It may be white (blanc) or rosé (rosat).

The Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel·lo are the most popular and traditional grape varieties for producing cava. Only wines produced in the traditional method may be labelled “cava”; those produced by other processes may only be called “sparkling wines” (vins escumosos).

About 95% of all cava is produced in the Penedès area in Catalonia, with the village of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia being home to many of Catalonia’s largest production houses. Cava is also produced in other villages in Aragon, Castile and León, Extremadura, La Rioja, Basque Country, Navarre and Valencia.

 In the past, cava was referred to as “Spanish champagne”. Catalan cava producers pioneered a significant technological development in sparkling wine production with the invention of the gyropallet, a large mechanized device that replaced hand riddling, in which the lees are consolidated in the neck of the bottle prior to disgorgement and corking.

To make rosé cava, blending is not allowed. The wine must be made via Saignée method using Garnacha, Pinot noir, Trepat or Monastrell. Besides Macabeu, Parellada, and Xarello, Cava may also contain Chardonnay, Pinot noir and Subirat grapes. The first cava to use chardonnay was produced in 1981. Like any other quality sparkling wine, cava is produced in varying levels of sweetness, ranging from the dryest, brut nature, through brut, brut reserve, sec (seco), semisec (semiseco), to dolç (dulce), the sweetest.

tapas specials

Cured Spanish Mackerel with Ajoblanco & Green Apple… $16

Scrambled Eggs ‘Revuelto’ with Prawns & Spring Onion… $16

Steamed Mussels with Basil and Shallots… $18

Pork Belly & Octopus Skewers with Citrus All-i-Oli… $22

Braised Chicken with Mushroom Stew… $22

Traditional ‘Suquet’ with Barramundi, Saffron & Potatoes… $26

Josper-Grilled Mediterranean Carabinero Prawns… $28

A la carte Menu will be available all night, along with the Specials.

ll prices are subject to GST & Service Charge

wine specials

Colet Tradicional Extra Brut 2015

Agustí Torelló Mata Cava Brut Reserva 2015

Raventos I Blanc De Nit Rose 2016

Raventos I Blanc De La Finca 2015

Gramona Cava Imperial Brut 2012

Wine is available in flights of 

3 glasses: 36$

4 glasses: 45$

5 glasses: 50$

All Wines will be available on retail at one-night-only special prices! Limited bottles available!

All prices are subject to GST & Service Charge

join us!

Thursday, 14th March 2019

17:00 till late