Spanish wines are special because they age in oak barrels and in the bottle. This means you get a chance to taste cellared wines that have aged to the point of tasting their best. When you look at a Spanish wine and see the terms Joven, Crianza, Reserva, or Gran Reserva, they’re telling you about how long the aging was. For example, Gran Reservas have been cellared the longest, and ‘Joven’ didn’t spend nearly as much time resting at the winery.
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