Madeira

Madeira is a beautiful island located off the coast of Portugal famed for its dazzling array of fortified wines. Discovered by happy accident, it undergoes a fairly brutal ageing process which bizarrely renders the final wine not only highly delicious, but also as age-worthy as just about any wine in existence. 18th century trans-Atlantic voyages saw barrels of astringent wine fortified with a bucket or two of local brandy, a process these days replicated with long barrel ageing in specially constructed hot stores called Estufas. This process of repeated heating and cooling, a sure death knell for any other wine, produces wines that run from aperitif to digestif, with broad swathes of intense flavour always tempered by a keen blade of uplifting acidity.

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Bottles
1934
 
1x75cl
1
0
£500.09 dp
dp
1976
 
6x75cl
0
4
£1,490.00 ib
ib
1875
 
1x75cl
3
0
£666.76 dp
dp
6x75cl
0
1
£4,000.53 dp
dp
1895
 
1958
 
1973
 
1x75cl
4
0
£91.87 dp
dp
1x75cl
10
0
£104.26 dp
dp
1981
 
1987
 
1989