La Miranda de Secastilla is an expressive, round and aromatic red wine. It is a wine made from an interesting blend of Garnacha, Syrah and Parraleta grapes. The soils of the vineyards are sandy loam and stony. The grapes are harvested by hand between mid-September and early October. The grapes are destemmed at the foot of the vineyard and then vatted and refrigerated so as not to lose aromas. It is a wine with great gastronomic versatility.
Sight: Cherry colour with violet rim.
Nose: Intense aromas of ripe red fruit, wild flowers and delicate toasted and spicy notes.
Palate: In the mouth it is smooth, tasty and balanced, with a pleasant texture and a fruity aftertaste.
APPELLATION OF ORIGIN: Somontano.
WINEMAKING: Made with the Garnacha, Syrah and Parraleta varieties.
AGEING: Aged for 8 months in French oak barrels.
CURIOSITIES: The winery owes its name to a river in the Somontano region, at the foot of the Pyrenees, famous for its ravines, gorges and canyons. It was established in Somontano at the end of 1986 with the acquisition of 550 hectares of land in Barbastro and other nearby towns. In 1987 the land began to be replanted with vines of the traditional varieties of the region (Tempranillo, Moristel, Garnacha and Viura), together with others of different origins (Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir).
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Red - Light & Fruity
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Ratings and awards
- Robert Parker
- Peñin Value for Money