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Types of wines

Superior:

White, rosé and red wines in their first or second year, un-aged and with superior sensory qualities (taste, color, bouquet, etc.). A minimum of 11° alcohol for white wines and 11.5° for red wines.

Traditional:

Wine that is mainly made from the Bobal grape. It has a minimum of 12° alcohol and can also be superior, barrel-aged, crianza, reserve or gran reserve.

Barrel aged:

Wine that spends a maximum of six months in oak barrels. The contact with the wood and the aging process transform the wine’s color, aroma and taste. Minimum 12° alcohol.

Crianza:

A wine which is aged for at least 24 months, 6 of them in oak casks with a capacity of less than 330 liters. Minimum 12° alcohol.

Reserva:

A wine which is aged for at least 36 months, 12 of them in oak casks with a capacity of less than 330 liters. Minimum 12° alcohol.

Gran Reserva:

A wine which is aged for at least 60 months, 18 of them in oak casks with a capacity of less than 330 liters. Minimum 12° alcohol.

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