The Saturday at Cavatast was absolutely great. First with the book presentation and then with Cava at the producers stands, a fantastic lunch at CalBlay with our new friends Lars and Lisbeth from Denmark and Nico James. And then off to the coronation of the new Cava queen.
The afternoon began with a tasting held by Mascaró, with their Cavas and distilled products. All very exciting and unique, indeed!
Here visiting Cavatast, and it was great to see our friend Toni at Freixenet again. We also tried some rosado at Valformosa who we definitely need to visit soon.
Getting ready for the coronation of the Cava Queen and discussing tactics with the Major of Sant Sadurní and the Chief of Tourism and Trade. Everything seemed to be planed to perfection.
Reception for the Cava queen, who this year was Mireia Belmonte born and bread in Catalonia, who won two silver medals in this summer Olympics. One in 200 m butterfly and 800 m freestyle. It was a fantastic reception with great food and Cava, and the queen was of course extremely popular and I was happy enough to be able to steal some seconds with her.