Tagged: Reserva

Wines of Castilla – La Mancha, Spain

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailGeography & Climate La Mancha is the largest continuous vine-growing region in Spain.  A large elevated plateau right in South-Central of Spain.  The region endures consistent trend of seasonal climate: very cold winter and dry hot...

Reserve, Riserva and Reserva, what do they really mean?

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailSince the invention of glass bottles and corks, winemaker realized that aging wine improved its flavors and texture.  Almost anywhere in the world, wineries often sort their grapes from more than one vineyard, due to variation...

Spainish wine Aging Classification: Vino Joven, Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva.

Sharing is caring!FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+LinkedinRedditStumbleUponTumblremailAging wine as been in practice for centuries, it can be done while wine is in the Oak barrels and in bottles.  Wine picks up more flavors while aging in oak; then develops further in the...