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Anna de Codorniu Cava Brut Rosé

Anna de Codorniu Cava Brut Rosé

Every time I visit Costco this summer, I see more and more bubbly Rosé bottles gracing store shelves. We just reviewed the very tasty and affordable ($6.99) Kirkland Prosecco Rosé, which we recommend. 

On my last trip, this Cava Brut Rosé stood out for a couple of reasons. First, it was on an end cap with a limited time price discount.  In this case it was $2 off (until 8/8) of the normal price of $9.99. $7.99 seems to be a good buy considering this bottle is $14.99 at Wine.com. 

Anna Brut Rose

You’ll also note the wine koozie that comes on every bottle.  I thought it might come in handy so decided to grab a bottle.  The koozie isn’t the highest quality, but it looks nice and I’m sure there will be a time when it will come in handy.

Anna Brut Rose

This wine is comprised of 70% Pinot Noir & 30% Chardonnay; it pulled down a 91-point rating from Suckling that is a bit generous as always, albeit I thought this was a tasty wine; just not 91 points tasty.

In the glass it pours in between a pale salmon and pale copper; vibrant red fruit on the nose with flavors of strawberry, watermelon and raspberry. The wine is crisp with a nice gentle tart; good effervescence. We enjoyed it outside in the shade under some fans on a 90-degree Atlanta afternoon and it hit the spot.

Anna Brut Rose

This is a good buy, especially if you can scoop it up at the discounted price which is almost half of retail. I’m going to rate it 88 points matching the rating we gave the new Kirkland Prosecco Rosé.  These are two great summer value wine picks.

CostcoWineBlog.com Rating: 88 points

Costco item number: 766307

Purchased at Costco in: Atlanta, GA (Kennesaw)

Alc. 12%

Imeldo Shoemaker

Friday 6th of August 2021

You might want to correct the statement "This wine is from Cava, Spain..." Cava is not a place, it is only a "denominacion de origen." Champagne takes the name of the region where it is made , cava and prosecco do not. More details about cava: https://www.cava.wine/en/origin-cava/4-zones/

Editor

Friday 6th of August 2021

Corrected. Thank you

icexprof

Wednesday 4th of August 2021

"Cava" means sparkling wine, not a location.

Michael Eckert

Wednesday 4th of August 2021

"This wine is from Cava, Spain" is erroneous: "cava" ("cave" in English) is the Denominación de Origen for sparkling wine, not a place name.