Alambre Moscatel Roxo
A piece of history in Portugal. 7th generation family run. First wine bottled in 1850 and the oldest producer of Moscatel de Setubal bottled in 1880 - still in their cellar.
Made from the Moscatel grape in its purple form, the rare and unique Moscatel Roxo. Fermentation is haulted by adding brandy. The resulting fortified wine is left in contact with grape skins for months, then aged in old oak barrels.
An inviting nose of tangerine, apricot, lime, melon, honey and caramel. The palate is soft and rich with a lot of fruit, but well balanced with a zing of acidity.