El Camp Tintos are chiefly produced from Garnatxa, perhaps with addition of or even replacement by other permitted blue grapes. Drinking temperature is 46.4- 50.0°F (8-10°C) for whites Spanish wine, 50-53.6°F (10-12°C) for rosé Spanish wine and 53.6-57.2°F (12-14°C) for red Spanish vino joven wines. The better El Camp red wines contain a higher amount of Tempranillo (sometimes 100%). These are very suitable for maturing in oak. Tarragona maintains the maturing levels of Crianza, Reserva, and Gran Reserva for its wines. Although these are of very acceptable quality you are unlikely to encounter them outside the area. Drink temperature for this Spanish wine is 57.2- 60.8°F (14- 16°C).
The red Falset Tinto is a full-bodied and heavy wine that is at least 13% alcohol by volume. This Spanish wine too is unlikely to be found outside the area. You can drinking this Spanish wine at 57.2- 60.8°F (14- 16°C).
Tarragona Classico (also written Clásico) is the old- fashioned type liqueur wine of Tarragona. It is mainly made from just Garnacha grapes and must be at least 13% alcohol by volume and have been aged for a minimum of twelve years in oak barrels. This is a real museum piece of a wine that is well worth discovering. Drinking temperature is according to taste this Spanish wine from 46.4°F (8°C) to room temperature (for those with a sweet tooth).
Finally, the old-fashioned Tarragona Rancio which is more than 17% alcohol by volume. This Spanish wine is left exposed to the sun for a time in glass carboys to mature. The taste is somewhat similar to dry Madeira wine but with less finesse. Drinking temperature for this Spanish wine is 46.4- 50.0°F (8-10°C).