The origin of our cava goes back to the end of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), when Ramon Nadal Giró retrieved the vineyards that had been expropriated to make an airfield. He then decided to reorient the family brandy business towards the production of sparkling wine. As a result of this evolution, the first bottle of Cava Brut Nadal saw the light of day in 1943. Seventy years later, the fruit of the native varieties of the Penedès – Xarel·lo, Parellada and Macabeo – continue to be cultivated in our vineyards, according to integrated viticulture (viticulture raisonée) guidelines – allowing us to produce long quality vintage cavas inspired in the craft of the méthode champenoise. Since 1998, with the third generation of the Nadal family now heading the winery, our range of products has expanded. We have started to develop the first white wines of the estate with a firm commitment to the xarel·lo variety. We also launched the first sweet white wine of natural botrytis developed in Spain. True to the spirit of our founder, the wines and cavas Nadal of today continue to express man's commitment to the land.