Parés Baltà Hisenda Miret

An organic single varietal Grenache wine from old vines

Hisenda Miret comes from the old vines planted on the Cal Miret estate. It is an almost extinct Grenache in the Penedès that will captivate you with its attractive elegance and its sweet mouthfeel.

The Hisenda Miret wine is the result of the passion and vision of our winemakers, María Elena and Marta. It was they who, in one of their first harvests as winemakers at Parés Baltà, decided to carry out a green harvest in this historic vineyard. Their aim was to achieve a greater concentration of grapes in order to produce an expressive and honest Grenache wine. There was tension in the winery between generations because of the boldness of the young winemakers, but the result was a wine so extraordinary that it proved them right.

Tasting note

Vivid red hues reflecting the colour of the fruit.
Aromatic complexity with floral fragrances, creamy notes and wild fruit that on the nose explode with intensity and freshness.
The importance of the fruit is also evident on the palate, leaving hints of spices and subtle toasted notes, with balance and honesty being the protagonists. Surprising structure and long aftertaste, achieving a good final assembly. Its originality invites you to taste it.


Harvested by hand and in small crates to avoid oxidation of the grapes. Arrival at the winery followed by gentle pressing. Fermentation at 20ºC in stainless steel tanks for 3 weeks with 3 daily remontage. Aged in new and second year French oak barrels for 5 months.

Wine made with biodynamic grapes and minimal intervention in the cellar.

Wine suitable for vegan.

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Data sheet

Grapes Grenache
Winery Parés Baltà
Country Spain
Region Penedès
Color Red
Alcohol 15%
Food Pairing Pair this wine with any type of grilled or sauced meat. A perfect companion for duck magret.
Style Medium bodied
Vintage 2019
Ratings/Awards “This bold red marries ripe flavours of cherry, red plum and vanilla with tangy, citrusy acidity in a lively, sweet-tart character. Notes of mountain herb, spice and cocoa add interest. Angular yet generous.” Wine Spectator Magazine, Thomas Matthews, Journalist
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