This traditional Portuguese beverage comes from a selection of white grapes undergoing an ancestral vinification process and undergoing aging in oak barrels. Amber color and clear. In the aromas, ripe caramelized fruits and soft wood notes. In the mouth it is very soft and sweet, with a long and pleasant finish. Well-structured, with distinct wood aromas. It goes well with dried fruits and desserts, especially with caramel. In Portugal, it is traditionally drunk in November, accompanied by roasted chestnuts.