Setúbal is a famous Spanish dessert wine.

Answer: False.

Setúbal is a richly aromatic, exotic Portuguese dessert wine principally made from two grape varieties: moscatel de Setúbal (muscat of Alexandria) and moscatel roxo (purple muscat). The small peninsula where Setúbal is made (also named Setúbal) is located about 20 miles south of Lisbon along the River Tagus and the Atlantic Ocean.

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