Bright cherry with a deep robe and very luminous purple edge. It has an intense bouquet, an expressive and fragrant nose, dominant red fruit wrapped in smoky notes and mineral flavours. The nose is tamed by the wood, with hints of cedar. Smooth on the palate, good acidity and meaty, defined tannins that bring to mind ripe plums and black olives, with a long berry-laden finish. A fine wine with a Mediterranean character.
Wine Enthusiast 88 points - #83 Top 100 Best Buys 2015 This Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet) opens with earthy, ripe red-berry aromas. The palate is fleshy and plush, with baked, earthy flavors of blackberry and raisin. Baked notes persist on a solid, minty, slightly hot finish. - M.S.
|Wine maker notes|
|El Miracle By Mariscal is produced from a selection of hand-harvested Grenache Tintorera grapes grown on gobelet-trained 35 year-old vines, located in the “Valentino” wine production area. The wine is produced using very slow maceration and alcoholic fermentation until the malolactic fermentation is complete, when the wine is poured into second fill French oak casks. This guarantees perfect blending between the Grenache Tintorera varietal’s fruity character and the wood.|
|Alcohol content: 13%|
|Goes well with: Paella, roast meats and semi-mature cheeses Ageing: 8 months in second fill French oak casks Serve at: 16ºC|
|Vicente Gandia Winery, a Valencian wine producing company founded in 1885, is celebrating its 125th anniversary and remains true to the values it held when it was created: to combine tradition with internationalisation, to back innovation and quality, to be committed to promoting wine culture, and to contribute to the welfare and progress of society. Vicente Gandia Winery is currently the largest winery in the Community of Valencia, in addition to ranking in the top 15 Spanish wineries and the top 100 European wineries. It has a presence in 85 international markets and is the ambassador of Spanish wines to the world. The Vicente Gandia seal applies to all our products: premium quality, reasonable prices, and consistency from one harvest to the next. Wines which are characterised by their elegance, complexity, smoothness and balance. Creating two different styles of wine: traditional, and modern and innovative.|