Freixenet Group
Spanish sparkling wine, or cava, remains Freixenet's flagship product. However the Group is also involved in the production of high-quality still wines, thus transcending the borders of Penedès and asserting its presence in other winemaking regions of Spain and other countries of the world.

The cava brands in the Group are Freixenet, Castellblanch, Segura Viudas, Conde de Caralt and Canals & Nubiol.

In California's Sonoma Valley, José Ferrer succeeded in achieving his father's cherished dream of establishing a winery in the United States, planting vines and building cellars launched in 1986 and christened with the name of Gloria Ferrer, José Ferrer's wife.

In 1985, Freixenet bought Maison Henri Abelé in Reims, France. Founded in 1757, Maison Henri Abelé is the Champagne region's third oldest winery.

In the state of Querétaro, Mexico, a place that offers ideal geo-climatic conditions for grape cultivation despite the absence of a winemaking tradition, Freixenet built the Sala Vivé winery, named after the founders of Freixenet.

Freixenet has also expanded its production of quality still wines in the major winemaking regions of the world: Penedès, Ribera del Duero, Rías Baixas, Priorat, Montsant and Rioja, Spain; Sonoma Valley, California; Coonawarra, Australia; and Bordeaux, France, where in 2001 Freixenet purchased the hundred-year-old négociant Yvon Mau. Freixenet's latest New World acquisition is in Mendoza, Argentina.

 Cava, a taste for moderation
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