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(with 5 or more years)


Suggested Pairing :
The Superior and Aged styles of Moscatel de Setúbal have a great personality and are “generous” on the full extent of the word. These are wines that age on wood and are not filtered when bottled. With age, comes notes of dried fruits and nuts, from which walnuts and hazelnuts stand out, as well as raisins, spices and fig, Ginja (cherry) jams, as well as hints of coffee and chocolate on the older wines. It is a true mix of unforgettable sensations. In the region, you can find bottles of aged Moscatel that are 20, 30 or more than 40 years old. There are also wines with more than a 100 years in the barrel. Having a golden color that ranges from light topaz to amber, a silky texture and an intense palate, these wines combine well with dark chocolate or any desert based on dark chocolate, eggs, cinnamon or coffee. These subtle and enigmatic Moscatel wines are more than a drink with intense flavors, they are an escape, and a moment of freedom – that is contemplative, introspective and of renewal. Try sipping one of these Moscatels while having a good cigar.
Young Moscatel
(up to five years)
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Suggested Pairing :
The Moscatel de Setúbal wines in the earlier stages are drunk to feel the liberating freshness and a sense of lightness. These styles are fruity, floral, mind-dazzling, silky, romantic on the mouth and attractive to the eye. They are ideal for tippling, to go with some dried fruits or petiscos (small appetizer plates) as well as orange, lemon or chocolate desserts and sweets. On a social occasion, the Moscatel de Setúbal invites you to enter on a senses trip and emotions, that will last in the memory. Its flavor is so intense and insinuating, thus perfect for a pleasant talk with friends at night.

The Moscatel de Setúbal is an emblematic wine of the Setúbal Peninsula wine region and is one the treasures amongst portuguese wines. Prestigious wines have been produced for many years in this region, being appreciated by the general public as well as kings. In the times of King Dom Dinis (1261-1325), Moscatel was already well known and by 1381 large quantities of this wine had already been exported to England and King Richard II of England mentions the importance of Setúbal wine.  King Dom Manuel,  “The Venturer” aludes to the vineyards of Setúbal in a 1514 declaration. There are records of 350 barrels of Moscatel de Setúbal exports in 1675.  It is said that King Louis XIV of France “the Sun King” (1638-1715) would always have this fortified wine at any of Versaille's events. On the banquet menu of the Order of Knights of Malta in 1797, the precious «Setúbal» wine is mentioned, amongst other notorious wines.  In 1855, at the Paris World Expo, the Moscatel de Setúbal of José Maria da Fonseca was distinguished with a gold medal.

The following are references made by notorious personalities in the wine  sector  about the Moscatel de Setúbal and Moscatel Roxo:

João Ignacio Ferreira Lapa (1866). “The Moscatel Roxo is made with the moscatel (muscat) of the same color (roxo= purple), an exquisite plant, very aromatic and saccharine, that has, like most delicate plants, a low production and is very problematic. Its purple tones fade with the age of the plant, thus looking more like an old white Moscatel; but what it loses on its looks it gains in balsamic flavor, thus compensating with flavour  for the loss of color.” 

João Ignacio Ferreira Lapa (1867) wrote in «Memória sobre os processos de Vinificação» (“Memory of the Winemaking processes”) that “In Azeitão, two leagues away from Setúbal, there is the famous land from which our best Moscatels come from, belonging to the honorable José Maria da Fonseca, enologist of great knowledge and aptitude, who has been able to drive this specialization to such an extent, it can be said that he does not have any rival, neither in Portugal nor outside of the country.”

Count of Villa Maior (1875) - “Moscatel Roxos” - there is a small variety with a good production  that provides the excellent Moscatel Roxo de Setúbal.”

Despite the ancestral production of wines from the Moscatel de Setúbal and Moscatel Roxo grape varieties as well as the history of these wines being documented since the eighth century, it was only in 1907 and 1908 that this region was officially regulated.

The Moscatel de Setúbal belongs to the quartet of the most acclaimed fortified wines of Portugal, along with Port, Madeira and Carcavelos. The Moscatels de Setúbal are always aged for a minimum of approximately two years, in oxidative style, despite whether or not the indication of the harvest year or age is printed on the label.

These wines are characeterized by their freshness and elegance,  they are master-pieces from the combination of man and nature with unmatchable caracteristics...

The Moscatel de Setúbal wines are put on the market starting at 2 years of age, and may have the harvest year or the indications «10 years of age», «20 years of age»,« 30 years of age» and «more than 40 years of age» on the label, as long as the wine or one of the parcels that originated from the lot has the minimum indicated age. There is also a Superior denomination, which is attributed to wines of at least 5 years of age that have also obtained the quality classification by a panel of tasters. 

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The Moscatel de Setúbal stands out in the history of Portugal for its distinctive qualities amongst the fortified wines and is part of the culture, tradition and way of life in the Setúbal Peninsula.

It is not known the exact time when the plantation of wine started in the Setúbal Peninsula but it is estimated that the Phoenicians and the Greeks provided a strong push to the propagation of wine, thus inciting commercial trade with other civilizations throughout the Sado River estuary.

The prestige of the Moscatel de Setúbal grew further in the era of the “Sun King”. According to António Porto Franco, Louis XIV (1638-1715) would always require the fortified wine from Setúbal for all of his celebrations in Versailles.

The Moscatel de Setúbal “Torna-viagem” (round trip) is one of the major symbols and embassadors of these fortified wines.

In the 15th and 16th centuries, during the era of the Portuguese expansion, one of the products that was dispatched to India was the wine. In that golden period, following the era of the Discoveries, the Portuguese wines, namely the Moscatel de Setúbal were part of the ballast in the ships that carried products from Brazil and the Orient.

The consequence of this practice was the “Round Trip” wines. Occasionally, the wines that were destined for Brazil were not unloaded at their destination and would return, thus naming them “Round-Trip”. These trips would usually take six long months and the wines were kept in barrels spread throughout the ships' basements.  During the voyage, the barrels were shaken by the waves, sometimes being exposed to the sun while others became submerged under water in the ships' bottoms.  It became known that the Moscatel de Setúbal's qualities would evolve and improve under these conditions. This positive evolution of crossing the Equator  twice was due the thermal dynamics by which the wines were subject to, along with the already mentioned transportation conditions.  This practice resulted in priceless wines, in such way that the bottles that have been recently traded in auctions have attained prices of around 2,000 euros in 2012. The latest  “Round-Trip” wines  date back to the year 1900, but were recreated by José Maria da Fonseca in the year 2000, when he took a Moscatel de Setúbal from 1984 on a round-trip to Brazil on board the Portuguese Navy vessel Sagres, to commemorate  the 500th anniversary of the Portuguese Discovery of Brazil.

The fame of the Moscatel de Setúbal outside of Portugal is said to have started in the second half of the 14th century, when King Richard II of England became a regular importer of Moscatel de Setúbal.  The sweet and jammy golden wine with a strong citrus character gained a place amongst the British nobility.
Main Varieties
Moscatel de Setúbal
This variety is known to have originated in Egypt, having spread to the Mediterranean from Alexandria, possibly during the time of the Roman Empire (Galet 1985). It is a grape of average strength and has a difficult flowering and fertilization and is prone to not fruiting after flowering. Resistant to drying, it's sensitive to mildew and powdery mildew. There are various types of Moscatel in the world (ex. the French Muscat, the Italian Moscato) and all of them with a significant concentration of aromatic (terpene) and flavor components. However, it's the Moscatel de Setúbal that has the best concentration and richness of these components. The typical aromas of Moscatel are well-known: citrus flowers and zest, honey, lime, rose, lychee, pear, date and raisin, which create memorable wines.
MOSCATEL ROXO
The wines produced with this grape varietal present an elevated level of sweetness, they are very aromatic and persistent in flavor. The home of the Moscatel Roxo grape (roxo means purple in Portuguese) is the Setúbal Peninsula. Its clusters are small and compact, with round, pinkish berries that have an extreme sweetness. This grape varietal, like the Moscatel de Setúbal, has a rich aromatic profile and contributes unequivocally to the aroma and flavor of the wine it produces. Compared with other wines of the Moscatel grape variety, this fortified wine has a drier and more complex aroma but no less rich. When tasting, it exceeds expectations created by the aroma palate, displaying a very fine highlight of spices, cherries and fig compote.
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The grapes are harvested and
immediately transported to the winery
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The grapes are de-stemmed and crushed
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The must, or fresh juice , resulting from the crushing , is left to ferment together with the skins (pellicular maceration)
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The alcohol level of the grapes is analyzed
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Addition of aguardente- a neutral grape spirit with an alcohol level between 52% and 86%, or another type of wine alcohol with an alcohol level of no less than 96% and that satisfies the other legal characteristics, in order to stop the fermentation process of the must
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Wine remains in the tanks to macerate 6+ months until it's taken out to be filtered and racked
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The skins that were in contact with the wine during the winter are pressed
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An aging stage of approximately 2 years, either in stainless steel tanks or oak barrels. The loss from evaporation of the wine is called “a parte dos anjos” (the angels' part)
The Setúbal Peninsula is a unique region, whose wines are as generous and balanced as the region that sees them born. Mother Nature was magnanimous and refined: from with the two peninsulas, “drawn” by the two largest estuaries in Portugal, was born a region rich in biodiversity and fish and shellfish with both natural and protected areas. The framing by the Atlantic Ocean and the Tagus and Sado River estuaries, combined with a deep Mediterranean influence and geological formation provide a unique set of characteristics for wine production.

The Setúbal Peninsula also has one of the oldest denominations in Portugal - the region of Moscatel de Setúbal, whose demarcation was begun in 1907 and completed and confirmed in 1908. The Setúbal DO (Denomination of Origin) region is geographically bounded by the municipalities of Setúbal, Palmela, Montijo and the village of Castelo in the municipality of Sesimbra. This "terroir", which is the cradle of the Moscatel de Setúbal is unique: the joint annual rainfall of 550-750 milliliters and the 2,200 hours of sunshine poured over the sandy and clay – limestone soils is all seasoned with a handful of Atlantic breeze.
Península de Setúbal Regional Vine and Wine Comission (CVRPS)
The Regional Wine and Vine Commission of the Setúbal Peninsula is the certification authority for The Setúbal DO (Denomination of Origin) region, hence the Moscatel de Setúbal and Moscatel Roxo fortified wines and the wines with the Palmela DO and Península de Setúbal GI. The production area for the wines with this regional designation was known as the “Terras do Sado” (lands of the Sado River) region until 2009, when it was changed to the “Peninsula de Setúbal” (Setúbal Peninsula). The region covers the entire district of Setúbal, from the municipality of Montijo to Santiago de Cacém, while the area of Palmela DO, like Setúbal DO, is confined to the municipalities of Setúbal, Palmela, Montijo and the parish of Castelo in the municipality of Sesimbra.
The Brotherhood of
Moscatel de Setúbal
In 2008, to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the creation of the Moscatel de Setúbal region, the Brotherhood of Moscatel de Setúbal was founded, launching a special type of glass to drink the Moscatel wine and a limited edition Moscatel de Setúbal wine commemorating the anniversary. The Brotherhood, as a private, non-profit cultural association, aides in the “defense, development and promotion of fortified wines in the region, under the Setúbal Denomination of Origin (DO) designation, certified as "VLQPRD” (Quality Fortified Wines Produced in a Specified Region) as well as covering the authorized traditional designations of “Moscatel de Setúbal” and “Moscatel Roxo”. To achieve its purposes, the Brotherhood has amongst others, assignments to "organize evidence; wine competitions; promotion; collaborate with organizations, companies and individuals, as well as other brotherhoods, in carrying out activities involving viniculture at both regional and national levels. It also cooperates with economic agents who develop activities related to viticulture, tourism, gastronomy and sustainable development of the territory in the Setúbal Peninsula. The Brotherhood contributes, by all means in its power, for the defense, promotion, appreciation and marketing of the wines certified with the seals of "Setúbal", "Moscatel de Setúbal" and "Moscatel Roxo" in the country and abroad.
INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
PRODEXPO 2014 ( 1 )
Adega de Pegões Moscatel de Setúbal
Silver Medal
Cooperativa Agrícola Sto. Isidro de Pegões
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Mundus Vini 2013 ( 3 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Casa Ermelinda Freitas
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas - Vinhos, Lda
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Contemporal Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Prata
Cooperativa Agríc.Sto.Isidro de Pegões Crl
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Moscatel Roxo 2009
Medalha de Prata
SIVIPA, Soc. Vinicola de Palmela, S.A.
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China Wine & Spirits Awards 2013 ( 1 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Contemporal
Medalha de Prata
Cooperativa Agrícola Sto. Isidro de Pegões CRL
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Vinalies Internationales 2013 ( 3 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Superior, 2003
Medalha de Prata
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Vinhos, Lda
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Moscatel Roxo, 2009
Medalha de Prata
SIVIPA, Soc. Vinícola de Palmela, SA
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Sivipa Moscatel de Setubal superior 10 anos
Medalha de Prata
SIVIPA SA
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Challenge International du Vin 2013 ( 2 )
Moscatel de Setúbal 2003
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Vinhos, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal, 2008
Medalha de Prata
Xavier Santana
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International Wine Challenge 2013 ( 5 )
Bacalhôa Moscatel Roxo, 2001
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhoa Vinhos de Portugal, SA
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Adega de Pegoes Moscatel de Setubal, NV
Medalha de Ouro
Cooperativa Agrícola de Santo Isidro de Pegões
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal, 2009
Medalha de Prata
bacalhôa Vinhos De Portugal, Sa
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Casa Ermelinda Freitas - Moscatel de Setúbal, NV
Medalha de Bronze
Casa Ermelinda Freitas - Vinhos LDA
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Moscatel Superior 10 Anos, 2002
Commended
SIVIPA SA
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International Wine & Spirits Competition 2013 ( 6 )
Vinho Branco Moscatel Contraforte 2012
Medalha de Bronze
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela Crl
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Vale dos Barris Vinho Branco Moscatel Regional 2012
Medalha de Bronze
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela Crl
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Alambre Moscatel de Setúbal 2008
Silver Outstanding
José Maria da Fonseca Vinhos SA
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Casa Ermelinda Fritas Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2003
Silver Outstanding
Casa Ermelinda Freitas
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal 2009
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Adega de Palmela Moscatel de Setúbal DOC 2010
Medalha de Prata
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela Crl
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Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2013 ( 4 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Superior, 2003
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Vinhos, lda
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Moscatel Roxo, 2001
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal, 2009
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Prata
Coop. Agrícola St. Isidro de Pegões
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Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 ( 5 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Superior, 2003
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Vinhos, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal, 2011
Medalha de Prata
SIVIPA
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Moscatel Roxo, 2009
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal Colheita 2009
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal 2000
Regional Trophy
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Selezione del Sindaco 2013 ( 4 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Superior, 2003
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas Vinhos, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal, 2007
Medalha de Prata
Venâncio da Costa Lima, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Prata
Coop. Agricola Sto. Isidro de Pegões, Crl
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Moscatel 10 Anos, 2002
Medalha de Ouro
SIVIPA, Soc. Vinícola de Palmela, SA
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Muscats du Monde 2013 ( 5 )
Moscatel de Setubal Superior, 2003
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas - Vinhos, Lda
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Moscatel Roxo, 2001
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa - Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel Roxo - Domingos Soares Franco Colecção Privada, 2004
Medalha de Prata
José Maria da Fonseca Vinhos, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Ouro
Venâncio da Costa Lima, Lda
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Moscatel Roxo, 2009
Medalha de Ouro
TOP 10 Melhores Moscatéis do Mundo em 2013 SIVIPA
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Vinalies China 2013 ( 2 )
Vale dos Barris Moscatel 2012
Medalha de Prata
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela
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Moscatel de Setúbal Casa Ermelinda Freitas
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas
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Vinalies Internationales 2012 ( 1 )
Xavier Santana Moscatel Roxo Tinto, 2009, DOC Setúbal
Medalha de Ouro
Xavier Santana, Lda
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Challenge International du Vin 2012 ( 2 )
Roxo Sivipa, 2008 - DOC Moscatel de setúbal
Medalha de Ouro
SIVIPA
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Bacalhôa, 2005 - DOC Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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International Wine Challenge 2012 ( 4 )
Moscatel Roxo, SIVIPA, 2009
Medalha de Bronze
SIVIPA, SA
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal, 2007
Medalha de Bronze
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal, 2005
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal, 2000
Troféu e Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2012 ( 2 )
Domingos Soares Private Collection - Moscatel Roxo 2003
Medalha de Prata
Joseé Maria da Fonseca Vinhos SA
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Bacalhôa Moscatel Roxo, 2000
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, SA
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Decanter World Wine Awards 2012 ( 2 )
Bacalhôa, 2007
International Trophy
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Bacalhôa Moscatel Roxo, 2000
Regional Trophy
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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Selezione del Sindaco 2012 ( 2 )
Moscatel Roxo, 2009
Pontuação: 84.00
Xavier Santana Sucessores, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal, 2005
Pontuação: 91.20
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela
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Citadelles du Vin 2012 ( 1 )
Adega de Palmela Moscatel de Setúbal, 2009
Medalha de Prata
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela (Setúbal)
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Muscats du Monde 2012 ( 5 )
Moscatel de Setubal do Malo
Medalha de Ouro
Malo ToJo Estates Lda
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Moscatel de Setubal DO - Venancio Costa Lima
Medalha de Ouro
Venancio da Costa Lima, Lda
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Moscatel de Setubal DOC
Medalha de Prata
SIVIPA, Soc. Vinícola de Palmela, SA
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Moscatel de Setubal DO - Adega de Pegões
Medalha de Prata
Coop. Agricola Sto. Isidro de Pegões, Crl
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Moscatel de Setubal DOC - Reserva Antonio Saramago
Medalha de Prata
Antonio Saramago Vinhos
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The Wine Advocate 2010 by Robert Parker ( 1 )
Colheita de 1947 da casa José Maria da Fonseca
Robert Parker
100 pontos
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NATIONAL AWARDS
XIII Concurso de Vinhos da Península de Setúbal 2013 ( 10 )
Moscatel de Setúbal Bacalhôa 2001
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa - Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Malo Moscatel de Setúbal 2003 Superior
Medalha de Ouro
Malo – Tojo Estates, Lda
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Moscatel de Setúbal Alambre 20 Anos
Medalha de Ouro
José Maria da Fonseca Vinhos, S.A.
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Vale dos Barris 2012 Moscatel
Medalha de Ouro
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela, CRL
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Família Horácio Simões 2008
Medalha de Ouro
Horácio dos Reis Simões
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Vale dos Barris 2012 Moscatel de Setúbal
Melhor Branco
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela, CRL
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DSF Colecção Privada 2012, Moscatel Roxo
Medalha de Ouro
José Maria da Fonseca Vinhos, S.A.
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Vale dos Barris 2012 Moscatel de Setúbal
Melhor Vinho - Excellent
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela, CRL
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Bacalhôa 2001, Moscatel Roxo
Melhor Vinho Generoso
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel de Setúbal Bacalhôa 2000
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa - Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Prémios Revista de Vinhos 2012 ( 3 )
Excellent Setúbal, Moscatel Roxo Superior
Melhor Moscatel de Setúba
Casa Agrícola Horácio Simões
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Moscatel Roxo, 2001
Melhor Moscatel de Setúba
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Moscatel Roxo 20 Anos JMF
Prémio Excelência
José Maria da Fonseca Vinhos SA
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I Concurso Ibérico do Moscatel 2013 ( 5 )
Malo Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2013
Distinção "Melhor Moscate
Malo – Tojo Estates, Lda
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Malo Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2013
Medalha Grande Ouro
Malo – Tojo Estates, Lda
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Casa Ermelinda Freitas Moscatel Superior 2013
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Ermelinda Freitas – Vinhos, Lda
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Adega de Palmela Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2005
Medalha de Ouro
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela, CRL
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Loboroxo 2008
Medalha de Ouro
Casa Agrícola Assis Lobo
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Vinipax/FIJEV 2013 ( 4 )
Adega de Palmela Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2005
Melhor Vinho Fortificado
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela CRL
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Adega de Palmela Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 2005
TOP 3 Vinhos Fortificados
Adega Cooperativa de Palmela CRL
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Adega de Pegões Moscatel de Setúbal
TOP 3 Vinhos Fortificados
Cooperativa Agrícola Sto. Isidro de Pegões
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Família Horácio Simões Moscatel Roxo 2008
TOP 3 Vinhos Fortificados
Casa Agrícola Horácio Simões
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Prémios Revista de Vinhos 2013 ( 1 )
Filipa Tomaz da Costa
Enólogo Vinhos Generosos
Bacalhôa - Vinhos de Portugal, S.A.
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Concurso Nacional de Vinhos 2012 ( 2 )
Venâncio da Costa Lima Moscatel de Setúbal Reserva, 2007
Prestígio
Adega Coop. Sto. Isidro de Pegões
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Bacalhôa Moscatel de Setúbal, 2007
Medalha de Prata
Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal
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XII Concurso de Vinhos da Península de Setúbal 2012 ( 4 )
Bacalhôa 2007 DO Moscatel de Setúbal
Medalha de Ouro
Bacalhôa Vinhos Portugal, SA
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Horácio dos Reis Simões Moscatel Roxo
Medalha de Ouro
Horácio dos Reis Simões
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Horácio dos Reis Simões, Moscatel Roxo
Melhor Vinho Generoso
Casa Agrícola Horácio dos Reis Simões
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Horácio dos Reis Simões, Moscatel Roxo
Melhor Vinho - Excellent
Casa Agrícola Horácio dos Reis Simões
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The Moscatel de Setúbal is well fit for several gastronomic pairings. Delight yourself with a young Moscatel de Setúbal while tasting some petiscos (Portugal's version of tapas, small appetizer plates). You may also appreciate having an aged Moscatel de Setúbal or Moscatel Roxo with sweets and cheese.
    António Saramago Vinhos
    Cooperativa de Pegões
    SIVIPA
    ENOPORT
    José Maria da Fonseca
    Adega Coop. de Palmela
    Adega Coop. de Palmela
    Adega Coop. de Palmela
    Bacalhôa
    Bacalhôa
    Bacalhôa
    Bacalhôa
    Casa Agrícola Assis Lobo
    Casa Ermelinda Freitas
    Casa Ermelinda Freitas
    Horácio Simões
    Horácio Simões
    Horácio Simões
    Horácio Simões
    José Maria da Fonseca
    José Maria da Fonseca
    José Maria da Fonseca
    José Maria da Fonseca
    José Maria da Fonseca
    José Maria da Fonseca
    Malo Tojo
    Malo Tojo
    SIVIPA
    Venâncio da Costa Lima
    Venâncio da Costa Lima
    Xavier Santana
    Xavier Santana
    Xavier Santana
   The website is a project of the Península de Setúbal Regional Vine and Wine Comission that aims to promote the wines of Setúbal Peninsula region. Thanks to the high standards of Moscatel de Setúbal, as well as other wines from this region, it is important to enhance the wine heritage and its inseparable cultural legacy.

   It is also important to add to this goal the ambition to create an interface between companies, institutional figures and of course citizens.
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