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Cava

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Cava

while the roots of the cava industry can be traced back to Josep Raventós's travels through Europe in the 1860s, where he was promoting the still wines of the Codorníu Winery. His visits to the Champagne wine region sparked an interest in the potential of a Spanish wine made using the same traditional method. He created his first sparkler in 1872, after the vineyards of Penedès were devastated by the phylloxera plague, and the predominantly red vines were being replaced by large numbers of vines producing white grapes.

Only wines produced in the traditional method may be labelled "cava"; those produced by other processes may only be called "sparkling wines" (vinos espumosos). About 95% of all cava is produced in the Penedès area in Catalonia, Spain, with the village of Sant Sadurní d'Anoia being home to many of the largest Catalan production houses. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxFsTWZirI4

I work in the digital product design and development space. I am a harsh critic on user experiences in my day-to-day apps. Never have I opened an app that recently had a new version released and been as pleasantly surprised as I was today when I went to order my lunch. (I was actually so happy with my experience that I tweeted about this as well.) The experience really speaks for itself — intuitive it is and it’s beautiful design and innovation for a mobile ordering app. I would like to call out how refreshing it is to see the inclusivity and integrity of a company shown through their user experience. The simple (and not hidden!) pop up to offer the user the option to either SHOW or HIDE calorie information is so inclusive of and sensitive to those with sensitivities around calorie counting. I know this is a simple feature in comparison to the rest of this unbelievable redesign, but I wanted to call that out as it does not go unnoticed! LOVE this update — congrats to the product team and all designers, developers, etc involved!

I work in the digital product design and development space. I am a harsh critic on user experiences in my day-to-day apps. Never have I opened an app that recently had a new version released and been as pleasantly surprised as I was today when I went to order my lunch. (I was actually so happy with my experience that I tweeted about this as well.) The experience really speaks for itself — intuitive it is and it’s beautiful design and innovation for a mobile ordering app. I would like to call out how refreshing it is to see the inclusivity and integrity of a company shown through their user experience. The simple (and not hidden!) pop up to offer the user the option to either SHOW or HIDE calorie information is so inclusive of and sensitive to those with sensitivities around calorie counting. I know this is a simple feature in comparison to the rest of this unbelievable redesign, but I wanted to call that out as it does not go unnoticed! LOVE this update — congrats to the product team and all designers, developers, etc involved! (Source: apps.apple.com)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxFsTWZirI4

while the roots of the cava industry can be traced back to Josep Raventós's travels through Europe in the 1860s, where he was promoting the still wines of the Codorníu Winery. His visits to the Champagne wine region sparked an interest in the potential of a Spanish wine made using the same traditional method. He created his first sparkler in 1872, after the vineyards of Penedès were devastated by the phylloxera plague, and the predominantly red vines were being replaced by large numbers of vines producing white grapes.

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