crianza

(Spain) A term describing the ageing that a wine has undergone. This is the youngest category, which is aged for two years, with at least six months in barrel. Related terms include Reserva and Gran Reserva.
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Crianza

A Spanish term for a red wine that has been aged in oak barrels for at least one year.
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Crianza

Generically this is used to describe any wine that has been aged. Vino de Crianza is the term for a Quality Wine that has been subject to a specific ageing period in wood or in bottle. In order to be classified as a crianza tinto, wine must spend at least 24 months in a cask or bottle, of which at least 12 months should be in oak casks. For blanco ...
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Crianza

Sp. Spanish law requires Crianza red wines to be aged a minimum of 2 years, at least 6 months of which must be in oak. Whites and roses must be aged a minimum of 1 year with at least 6 months in oak.
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