With a appearance of dark mahogany, luminous, transparent, gleaming. With an aroma which is round, clean, elegant, reminders of wine.Tasting well-balanced, smooth, perfectly rounded.
In 1865, Jose Maria Macieira created his company with the purpose of selling olive oils, vinegars, wine and spirits. Twenty years later the company started its own brandy production and introduced Macieira “Cognac”, as it was then known, to the market. The idea to produce it in Portugal came from Commander and knight of the Legion of Honor of France, Jose Guilherme Macieira, son of the founder, after he studied winemaking in the French region of Cognac, famous for the production of this type of brandy and covered by the protected designation of origin. The success of Macieira “Brandy” was immediate, its quality and reputation won over true connoisseurs in Portugal such as Fernando Pessoa who became loyal to the brand.