The late harvesting and the traditional grape sunning are part of the agricultural and cultural heritage of our land, and give a unique and unrepeatable personality to the sweet wines of Malaga, long considered the best sweet wines in the world. A heritage that has been passed down from father to son from time immemorial to the present day.
Tasting notes:

Chestnut with golden rim. Elegant nose, aromas of dried fruits (raisins, figs and dates), honeyed tones, candied fruits (orange) and hints of dried flowers. Sweet, ample, silky. Sensations of citrus and green apple with hints of dried fruit and honeyed notes. Very balanced and with a very elegant finish.


Special for desserts and after-dinner.