The grapes, selected for their high acidity and low sugar content, are the origin of a light and balanced wine. The wine is then subjected to two slow and careful distillations in stills Charentais, brought from the Cognac region in France. After the distillation process, the brandy is aged in French oak casks from the Limousin region. The final blend ages for an average of 6 years.
With a golden colour and limpid appearance, Adega Velha Reserva presents a young and harmonious bouquet, recalling the aroma of toasted notes of coffee and dried fruits, involved by a soft sensation of wood aroma. Its origin in aromatic and fresh grapes with low alcoholic degree, from the Demarcated Region of Vinhos Verdes, gives it the smoothness, the velvety and the aromatic complexity so appreciated in a brandy.
It is ideal to serve as a digestive after a meal, being recommended its service at a temperature between 18 and 20ºC. It can also be served cold in "shot glass", as a digestive or accompanying a sweet and rich dessert.
Grape variety: Vinhão, Azal Red, Borraçal and Espadeiro
Alcohol - 40%.