- (often lowercase) a dry, sparkling white table wine produced in northeastern Spain.
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Contemporary Examples of cava
In 1972, I was assigned by a magazine to write a story on Cava.What Women Drink
August 22, 2011
Also on my “must” list: BLT Steak, DC Coast, Oval Room and Cava.Fresh Picks
January 13, 2011
Like the French Crémants, Cava is made using the traditional Champagne method.
Maccabeo provides Cava with its body; Xarel-lo lends notes of earth; and Parellada imparts a touch of ripe apples.
Historical Examples of cava
So the little girl was thinking all the way from Pagani to Cava.Pappina, the Little Wanderer
Katherine Wallace Davis
But she realized that the idle remarks of her acquaintance at Cava had some foundation in fact.
At dusk the little Cava station gave no hint of what the place was.
Several canoes paddled alongside, and the people in them, after presenting the cava root, came boldly on board.Captain Cook
The left common iliac vein was plugged up, by a continuation of the coagulum from the cava.
- a Spanish sparkling wine produced by a method similar to that used for champagne
Word Origin for cava
- vena cava