Red Wines by Ageing

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Red wines can age in different ways, and this aging can have a significant impact on their characteristics and flavors.

  • Young red wines are bottled and consumed relatively early after the harvest. They are fresh, fruity, and generally do not go through a long period of aging in barrels or in the bottle. They are ideal to be enjoyed in their youth, highlighting the fruit and primary flavors.

    Crianza or oak red wines go through a period of aging in oak barrels, which gives them greater complexity and additional flavors from the wood. The length of aging varies by region and style of wine, but generally ranges from a few months to several years. During this time, the tannins soften, and the wine acquires vanilla, spice, and toasty notes from the wood.


  • Reserve red wines are selected from the best vintages and undergo a longer aging period than standard aging wines. They can spend several years in oak barrels and bottles before being marketed. This allows for greater integration of flavors and tannins, resulting in more elegant, complex wines with additional aging potential.

    Gran Reserva red wines are the highest quality red wines and require long aging. They go through a long period of aging in oak barrels and bottles before being released on the market. They are wines of great complexity and elegance, with developed and refined flavors and aromas. These wines typically have great aging potential and can improve with time in the bottle for decades.

    It is important to note that the duration of aging and the terms used may vary by region and the specific regulations of each wine-producing country. Additionally, bottle aging allows wines to develop new characteristics and evolve over time, which can be a fascinating experience for wine lovers.

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