1973 - Pereira d'Oliveiras Verdelho Madeira
2173POVM1PK _ 1973 - Pereira d'Oliveiras Verdelho Madeira - 1x75cl
Colour
Port_Sweet
Producer
D'Oliveiras
Region
Madeira
Grape
Negra Mole
Drinking
2019 - 2040
Case size
1x75cl
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1973 PEREIRA D'OLIVEIRAS VERDELHO MADEIRA - 1x75cl

Colour
Port Sweet
Producer
D'Oliveiras
Region
Madeira
Grape
Negra Mole
Drinking
2019 - 2040
Case size
1x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £145.00 (Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • GDH

    Goedhuis, October 2019

    Shining dark golden brown colour. A beautifully clean and pure style, harmonious with a soft creamy richness. Hints of caramel, warming cheese soufflé, sultanas and dried fruit flavours. This shows all the layers of complexity that great Madeira can achieve. At 45 years old this is a really wonderful wine, showing maturity whilst never losing its characteristic bright freshness which flows all the way through the palate.

Region

Madeira

The tiny Atlantic island belonging to Portugal is home to the most beguiling fortified wines. Lauded for their searing acidity, these wines are some of the longest live in the world. The island’s strategic position explains its long history with shipping, particularly as a pit stop en route to India during the 17th Century. The rugged island is an unlikely home for viticulture, and nearly all the vineyards are tiny, step-like terraces clinging to the sheer hillsides that tumble down to the Atlantic waters below. Production methods vary, but are centred on the ‘estufa’ system, where heat and oxygen exposure during long ageing and cross-vintage blending contribute the wine’s characteristic ‘maderised’ character.