This wine is a blend of 19 vintages, where the youngest wine is at least 20 years old and, the oldest is near 80 years old, resulting in a fresh, complex and rich wine, the pride of José Maria da Fonseca.
Some years ago, Jose Maria da Fonseca decided to brand its Moscatel as Alambre. Alambre was the name of the estate where José Maria da Fonseca first planted vines of the Moscatel grape variety and also refers to the wine’s amber color. Alambre is a prestigious brand both in Portugal and abroad.
Setúbal Moscatel is a dessert wine produced in Portugal in the Setubal Península to the south of Lisbon, which was recognized as a D.O.C. in 1907.
The perseverance, the will to do more, to create something new, to never Forget the past. Already in the eighth generation of those who has continue to inspire the new creations in ways of reaching farther. A Family of wines from different regions, different segments, but always produced with the same care and passion.
José Maria da Fonseca leads the way in the field of table wines and Setúbal Moscatel production and sales, and its brands are sold in over 70 countries. José Maria da Fonseca’s portfolio includes more than 30 top-quality brands representing the main national wine-growing regions. Many of these are now highly popular both nationally and internationally and are true ambassadors of our country.
José Maria da Fonseca is the oldest and one of the most prestigious wineries in Portugal, producing wines, Port and Setubal Moscatel. The Soares Franco family owns José Maria da Fonseca and has been involved in the wine business for almost 200 years. With over 650 hectares of land under vine in our main wine regions: Douro, Alentejo and Terras do Sado, José Maria Fonseca also boasts Portugal’s largest winery, with capacity to produce 6.5 million litres of wine in a totally computerised operation.