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a hollow beneath the earth's surface

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cave in: to fall in

cave in: to suddenly lose all health or strength

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a geological formation consisting of an underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea

hollow out as if making a cave or opening

explore natural caves

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As we shift our mindsets to crisp whites, roses and sparkling wines, Bohigas's Brut Reserva Cava stands out as a sparkling wine with mass appeal," he added.
Cava and champagne are made using the same method, but different grapes.
Although perfect on its own, this cava could be successfully paired with a robust dish like shrimp sauteed with garlic and pimenton (smoked paprika) or, maybe for a Sunday lunch, with a classic BLT sandwich.
In all fairness, besides the cavas from the DO Penedes, I recently tasted an excellent Spanish sparkling wine, not officially a cava, with the DO La Mancha, produced by Bodegas Alcardet.
The tasting we'd booked in on offers a great deal - five little glasses of cava and five pinchos for PS25.
M&S's three discount cavas are all made by the latter under the watchful gaze of one of the company's top winemakers Gabriel Suberviola.
The Codorniu Vintage Brut Cava andthe CodorniuVintage RosCava are both down from pounds 12.
Three members of the Graziano family and two from the Cavas were taken to hospital.
TRUE Cavas are mostly dry but can be made bone dry to sweet -- "Dulce" using the local grapes - Macabeo, Parellada and Xarello and occasionally the true Champagne grape.
Having crowned the multi-award winning Sainsbury's 2005 Vintage Premier Cru as our Christmas champagne pick, this week it's the turn of 11 bottles of bubbly from the vast array of proseccos, cavas and sparkling wines gracing our supermarket shelves.
Edward Cavendish & Sons is making its debut in Spanish wine with the launch of three premium sparkling Cavas from the Penedes region.
This week, I've been testing supermarket non-vintage Spanish cavas.
A pale strawberry in colour, I was keen to see how this wine would fare against supermarket rose cavas that I have tasted in the past.
Only three indigenous cava grapes are used in the production of Freixenet Cavas, and the distinctive packaging for Freixenet Cordon Negro makes it the most recognised brand in the world.