Definitions for "Gran reserva"
Keywords:  reserva, oak, bottle, barrel, spanish
Designation for top Spanish wines, only produced in the best of years. Laws require that Gran Reservas must be aged two years in oak and one year in bottle prior to release.
(Spain) This is the top category for Spanish wine. Such wines have received a minimum five years ageing, of which at least two are in cask and three in bottle. Related categories include Reserva and Crianza.
A Spanish term used for wines that are aged in wood and bottles for at least five years prior to release.