Crianza wines undergo a minimum maturation and ageing process, which varies according to the grape variety. Crianza red wines must be aged for 24 months, including six months in barrels. Meanwhile, whites and rosés can be aged for up to 18 months, including six months in oak barrels. Ageing or maturation is one of the most important processes in terms of quality since it is when the wine acquires the most complexity. These are elegant wines in which you can appreciate the nuances of the wood.