What is the meaning of the label "Reserva" on a Spanish wine?

aged for at least one year
aged for at least two years
aged for at least three years
aged for at least five years
In Por­tuguese and Spanish wines, the re­quire­ments varies between regions, but typ­i­cal­ly, when used on a label "Reser­va" means that the wine was aged for at least three years in the cask and bottle, at least one of which must have been in the cask.

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aged for at least one year
aged for at least two years
aged for at least three years
aged for at least five years
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