The aging time of a Reserve wine is about three years.
Its stay in barrel is one year, the same period as for aging wines.
What makes a reserve wine special?
Consequently, the most differentiating note of a Reserva wine is its aging time.
For white and rosé wines, the aging time is 24 months, of which at least 6 months must be spent in the barrel.
In certain Denominations of Origin, this aging time is lengthened, which means that nuances of wood are transmitted to the wine.