CAVA & TAPAS bistro @ 21 Duxton Hill
Only wines produced in the champenoisetraditional method may be labelled "cava"; those produced by other processes may only be called "sparkling wines" (vinosespumosos). In the past, cava was referred to as "Spanish champagne", which is no longer permitted under European Union law, since Champagne has Protected Geographical Status (PGS) and Spain entered the EU in 1986. Colloquially it is still called champán or champaña in Spanish or xampany in Catalan.
We accept VISA, MASTER and AMEX only.
RETURN & REFUND policy.
Return and refund are accepted only in case the products are spoiled. It is very unlikely happened, so contact us immediately once such case happens. You can keep CAVA or sparkling wine in a dark place for 4 months in temperature not exceeded 26 degrees Celsius. We strongly do not recommend to move bottles from and into the fridge often. The consistency of the temperature is more important than the temperature itself.