We did a tasting, which was lead by the owner of the locale. The beginning portions of his pre-tasting presentation were overly elaborate and hard to attend to, but the tasting itself was very good and as a fairly experienced cava drinker, I learned a lot from him. The intimate environment was very nice, as you gather around a mid-size round table in a quaintly decorated balcony area. My favorite part of the visit was seeing the museum, which was enhanced by the passion and pride expressed by the owner as he shares the history of his family's business. There was a very wide selection of cava available for purchase, as well as non-cava food items, all of which were fairly priced.
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