Most Popular Spanish Red Wines has the designation of “Crianza” because it has aged for at least 24 months, at least six of those in oak. Spanish red wine Reserva: The wine must be aged for a minimum of three years, one of which must be in the barrel. Gran Reserva: The wine must be aged for five years, with two years minimum in the barrel. The grape variety of the Spanish red wines we have sourced are from Tempranillo grapes. Buy Spanish red wine at our online shop to see what value quality wines mean!