The prestigious American newspaper "Wall Street Journal" has once again talked about Bohigas in a report on cava, which compares cava with champagne and explains its main properties.
The piece, titled "Can Spanish Sparkling Compete With Champagne?" (Can Spanish cava compete with champagne?), Points out that cava occupies the third position in the world in terms of sparkling wine production -behind Prosseco and Champagne-, and wonders why it is so unknown. The author of the report, the wine expert Bettie Teague, tells the story of cava and its varieties, and mentions some brands, among which Bohigas and its Brut Reserva cava stand out, with a "remarkable quality, taking into account its price."
The WSJ report also includes statements by Inés Oro, head of sales in the United States of Terra Nostra de Vinos, the consortium of which Bohigas is part for business abroad, who affirms: "more education about cava is lacking; people do not remember when they have tasted a cava ".
In 2016, the WSJ already spoke of Bohigas, in a report entitled "The best wedding wines", which selected the Bohigas Brut Reserva cava as one of the best wines and sparkling wines in the world for the celebration of a wedding. In this case, the news placed Bohigas cava at the forefront of a selection of five wines and cavas, while qualifying it as an "easy to drink" and "tasty, but smooth, and slightly dry cava, marked with a bright note of green apple ".