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The 2019 growing season was dry through winter and spring and it continued that way until harvest, producing lower yields and small berries. Lou (Miranda) was one of the first winemaker/vigneron to plant Sagrantino in Australia. Planted in 2009 with clone Ruggeri/MAT1, Richter/MAT1 & Richter/MAT4 on a single wire trellis.
The textural quality of this wine lends itself towards foods with sweetness, such as Gnocchi with blue cheese sauce.

Colour: Inky Ruby Red with purple hues
Nose: Aromas of dried cherry, cranberry and ‘La Fiorita’ (flowering lentils) with mocha and hints of peppermint and thyme. Well perfumed and captivating.
Palate: Distinctive flavours of rich, ripe fruit, enriched with savoury spice and mocha. Powerful varietal tannins with texture add structure and persistence to this delicious red wine. It is all about the multilayered fine tannins.


Based at the Southern end of the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Great food and wine is best shared, this is the central philosophy at Lou Miranda Estate. Named for their father Lou Miranda, his daughters, Lisa, Angela and Victoria run the family boutique Barossa vineyards, winery and cellar door with charming devotion to good old-fashioned Italian hospitality.

All their wines are produced from their Estate owned vineyards, the 100 acres are on four sites located at a maximum of 8 kilometres from the winery. They are privileged to be custodians of four centenarian old vine blocks in Southern Barossa Valley, the oldest dating back to 1897. Their dedication to vineyard management is carried through from barrel to bottle.

At the heart of the Lou Miranda Estate winery is family, the seed from which all else grows. The power of three, combining their  strengths and passion to make memorable wines. They honour their heritage, embrace the present and toast to the future. Live Fierce!