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Reserva is a Spanish and Portuguese quality label for wines.

Red wines with this label have to be aged for three years, at least one of which must have been in oak barrels. It can be sold for the first time in the fourth year after harvesting the grapes.

White wines must be aged for two years, of which half a year must be in oak barrels. In Portugal Reserva also refers to a required minimum alcohol content. Further quality assurance labels in Spain are Gran Reserva (the highest quality level), Crianza and Vino Joven.


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