Young crianza wines
It is normal that the fermentation process of the wines is carried out in stainless steel tanks and later depending on the type of wine that is being elaborated, its barrel aging is finished.
The term "barrel wine" indicates that the wine has been fermented since its inception in oak barrels. Subsequently, its aging continues in the barrel as well.
What makes a wine young crianza special?
The wines fermented in barrels and aged in barrels have a less marked flavor than wines fermented in stainless steel tanks. This is due to the wood.
Therefore, if we want to drink a wine less marked by wood, we should think of wines that are not barrel.