Moscatel Dorado is the reference point for classic, balanced sweet wines of the zone, characterized by notes of orange blossom, jasmine, and a honeyed, raisiny palate. César’s Moscatel Especial is produced with the ancient method of adding arrope (must reduced through cooking) after fermentation to add another layer of flavor and texture. This method can be traced back at least as far as ancient Greece. A moscatel pasas called Fundacional 1873 is made in special vintages in limited quantities from grapes that were dried in the sun for up to three weeks, a process called asoleo. These raisin wines have a sweeter, darker profile with a meditative finish.