Term for a sweet Fortified out Spain which is also manufactured or used in other countries. The name derives from Monte Pajarete in Cádiz in Andalusia from where the wine originally came from. This became part of arrope (on grape syrup ) was added.
On Malaga Wine Type; look there.
In Chile is the Pajarete, also referred to as "sun wine" a protected sweet wine from the areas Atacama and Coquimbo. He is from the varieties Muscat d'Alexandrie and País ( Listán Prieto ) manufactured.
Also in Mexico there is a pajarete. One distilled brandy is called "Pajarete Tapacío". The "Pajarete de Jalisco" (jalisco = intoxicated) is a popular mixed drink in Mexico, A glass of fresh cow's milk becomes high-proof aguardiente or whiter tequila, grated chocolate and sugar added.