This muscatel was made in the year in which the great-grandson of the house’s founder was born. That same year, in Portugal, there was a revolution so this muscatel was kept in 10 and 15 litre glass jars and in some paraffined brown barrels,
This way it was guaranteed that the wine would not be lost and would remain hidden from everyone’s view. About the winemaking method we only know that the ancestral processes were used. On the 95th anniversary of the founder’s son, as it was a special occasion for the family, this wine came to the table and all members were amazed by the Muscatel presented. Many conversations took place around it and in one of them, the decision to launch it to the market was unanimous.