Vines thriving in the breeze off Mohawk Mountain. Even when the winemaker is relaxing he’s still working. The master winemaker at work. Strong, healthy vines, the result of sustainable farming methods. When your name is on every bottle, you make sure what you sell is excellent. Natural viniculture methods make for exceptional grapes. Only Miranda Vineyard has Manny Miranda’s experience. Open for: Good friends. Good wines. Good times. Three generations of winemakers. Strong, healthy vines, the result of sustainable farming methods. There are many picture perfect spots at miranda vineyard – come see them for yourself. Traditional methods call for traditional tools, this is called a “sacho” in portuguese. Something you don’t see every day…the winemaker taking a moment’s pause. Natural growing methods = Happy, young vines. Sun. Soil. Lake breezes. The unique terroir makes for strong healthy vines. Picturesque spaces abound. Bring a picnic and friends. Labor of love: Tending to the vineyards. Bring a picnic & enjoy the grounds. The oldest techniques still work the best. Tradition Steel + Oak = Love. The beauty of bottling. Saude! When everything is made by hand, you go through a lot of work gloves. Years from now, its finish will be even more impressive. The spacious winery: The perfect setting for everything from intimate gatherings to corporate events. The Gallo de Barcelos, the Portuguese symbol of honesty & integrity. Naturally grown grapes. Our ultimate goal is to be certified biodynamic. He makes it. He drinks it. He bottles what’s left. Wines get better with age. The same holds true for winemakers. Estate grown grapes full of unique flavors. The tasting room bar was cut from a tree on the property and crafted by a local furniture maker. This cedar post configuration is modeled after the old Miranda Vineyard in Europe. The tasting room is open year-round. “The vineyard must see the winemaker’s shadow every day.” – anon, old Portuguese proverb Even the glasses line up for a taste. A flock of gallos. The Mirandas: A heritage of winemaking.