riserva

noun
ri·ser·va | \rēˈservä\
plural -s

Definition of riserva 

: an Italian reserve wine

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First Known Use of riserva

1959, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for riserva

Italian, literally, stock, reserve, from riservare to keep, reserve, from Latin reservare to save up

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