The vineyards in the Secastilla Valley lie in the far north-east of Somontano and enjoy a special “Mediterranean microclimate”
that is ideal for growing olives, vines and almonds. On stony hillsides more than 700 metres above sea level, we have brought
vineyards of very old red and white Garnacha, which are the typical Secastilla Valley varieties, back into production. The area’s
relative altitude and particular orientation mean that it enjoys many hours of sunlight, which helps the fruit to ripen. Throughout
the area the vines are non-irrigated, whist the soil is sandy loam and quite pebbly.
La Miranda de Secastilla Garnacha Blanca is pale in colour, with a greenish iridescence and very bright. It displays a range of
elegant, subtle and enticing aromas. Light on the palate at first, it reveals itself to be a full, smooth, rounded, long wine with a