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The 2015 Miracles Tempranillo Intensely dark red in color,with a hint of mahogany. Richly aromatic, with dried leaf, earth and bramble softly underlying the intense fruit - bold berry, ripe cherry, and dried plum. Palate texture comes from supple, well-developed tannin that perfectly balances the fruit. Extended aging in spicy, well-seasoned American Oak results in a totally complex wine, filling out the mid-palate and providing layers of interest, with a lingering yet finessed finish. This wine is pouring wonderfully now, or lay it in your cellar to age eight years.
When we designate a wine, "Barrel Select", it's because it's a standout in the cellar. This Cabernet was aged 24 months in 80% new French oak, softening the tannins and helping to bring out the fruit. Layers of rasberry, and cherry are balanced by cola and coffee. The intense color is typical of a Miracles Ranch wine.
This Mourvèdre carries its Spanish name, Mataro, and is likewise made in a style more Spanish than Californian. Distinctly and brightly fruity, the wine is accented with judiciously chosen oak and just a splash of Syrah to round out the palate.
A timeless blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Mouvedre (Mataro), this wine has an incredibly focused fruit nose, jumping right out of the glass with raspberry and plum aromas. Soft and silky on the palate, with red and black fruit flavors that linger on the finish.
From a newer planting on our Miracles Ranch, this Garnacha shows the freshness of youth along with the power of the Willow Creek District. Cherry and rose petal characterize the nose, while the palate is juicy and fleshy with great length.
In this dance, showy, fleshy, and darkly fruit-forward Syrah plays into the intensity and structure of a gorgeous Cabernet. Clearly each is giving its own best features to the blend, so that even in this early stage of marriage the wine proves harmonious and age-worthy.
Dark and glass-staining (in the sunlight you can see a hint of purple in the black), this wine offers sweet and generous fruit aromas of wild blueberry and blackberry compote. Bold and inviting on the nose, it is also subtly sophisticated on the palate.Huge, velvety tannins resolve into a remarkably satisfying finish with a touch of dark chocolate and coffee.
The Red Soles estate consistently shows the best potential of Willow Creek District Zinfandel: at once spicy and refined, fruity and savory- this is the wine that turns Paso's heritage grape into a world class, noble variety. Plenty of dusty pepper to complement sweet, viny blackberry aromas, syrupy blueberry, and a cedary, almost meaty note. In the mouth, it's tangy, bright, and silky.
This Tempranillo is part of the Spanish block in our vineyard. These head-trained vines have been in the ground just over five years now, in the coldest part of our property. Dried cherries, fresh tobacco and warm spice lead to notes of rich, dark-roasted coffee beans. The American oak barrels used to age the wine have added to its long, tannic finish.
Tons of white pepper on the nose, with dark berry and turned earth aromas. The inviting nose leads to a balanced mouth feel with a full and rich mid-palate, toasty oak, and generous fruit. Firm tannin and natural acidity carry the wine to a lingering finish.
With its dark purple color, this wine brings into sharp focus fruit flavors of ripe black cherry, exotic black raspberry, and blueberry cobbler. The aromas suggest richness and the palate does not disappoint. Full, rich fruit rests on soft, supple tannins to create a decadent flavor experience.