Madeira

Madeira is a fortified wine available in a range of dry to sweet styles. It gets its name from the island of Madeira, a small, beautiful jewel in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Madeira’s unique taste comes from repeatedly heating the wine. The heating creates a wine with fascinating flavors of roasted nuts, stewed fruit, caramel and toffee, producing probably the most age worthy wines in the world.

Dry styles of Madeira (such as Sercial and Verdelho) are served chilled with starter courses, and sweeter styles (like Alvada and Malmsey) are served as after-dinner sippers like a fine Cognac.

Madeira Wines are very versatile - they can be drank in several occasions, since a casual friends gathering or party with a blended wine on ice, until a more special occasion or celebration with a single-varietal Madeira by itself. Drink Rainwater 3 Years in your next friends gathering, enjoy a Sercial 10 Years in your next life celebration, or reserve a special moment in your arm chair with an exceptional Verdelho Colheita 1998.