Moscatel de Setúbal is a fortified wine with Controlled Denomination of Origin (DOC), recognized since 1907. This fortified wine is made from the Moscatel variety, which is a type of grape that stands out for its fruity character, molasses with an aroma of tropical fruit . This wine is a batch of 6 harvests in which the youngest harvest is at least 20 years old and the oldest dates from 1911, resulting in a complex, aromatic, elegant wine with a long finish. Of the annual production of Moscatel de Setúbal, part of it is destined for longer aging in used wooden casks, which can be visited at Adega dos Teares Velhos, at Casa Museu, in Vila Nogueira de Azeitão.
|Produced and bottled||José Maria da Fonseca|