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1863 Blandy's Malmsey Solera Madeira
Bid on this bottle of 1863 Blandy's Malmsey Solera Madeira. The Blandy family is one of the original founders of the Madeira wine trade, with roots tracing back to 1811, and is the only family to still own and manage its own original company. Thanks to this consistency, you can count on Blandy's old bottles of Madeira, the slowest-maturing and longest-lived wine in the world, to be in excellent condition. According the the producer, their older Malmseys exhibit the following characteristics: "Rich, smooth and luscious on the palate, showing complex notes of moka, dried fruit and honey, hints of tropical fruit, butterscotch, toffee-nuts and marmalade." 

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1863 Blandy's Malmsey Solera Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 20 2019 7:30PM PT

Current Bid: $650.00
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Henriques & Henriques "1900 Century Solera" Malmsey Madeira
Bid on this bottle of Henriques & Henriques "1900 Century Solera" Malmsey Madeira. H&H is the only producer of Madeira who produces wine primarily from their own vineyards, an advantage they have always enjoyed since the company's founding in 1850. More than anything else, the winery is known for their Verdelho, though they also produce very good Sercial from their own grapes, as well as a tiny amount of Boal and Terrantez. All their age statements show the minimum age of wine blended in (as opposed to the average age), and most of their wines are aged the old fashioned way, in the canteiro (i.e. up in the rafters, exposed to heat and sunlight) method. 

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Henriques & Henriques "1900 Century Solera" Malmsey Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 21 2019 6:00PM PT

Current Bid: $400.00
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Rutherford & Miles 1814 Bual Solera Madeira
Bid on this bottle of Rutherford & Miles 1814 Bual Solera Madeira. The history of this producer: "The firm that was eventually to become Miles Madeira was originally known as Rutherford & Brown, established on the Island of Madeira in 1814. In 1856 Henry Price Miles left England with his family and arrived in Madeira. Having worked as an apprentice since the age of 12 under the tutelage of James Rutherford, he acquired sound knowledge and experience of the workings of the Madeira trade. In 1872, the Rutherfords left for London (due to Phylloxera which decimated most of the vineyards in Madeira) and started up a wine importing business at the Old Trinity House in Waterlane. This prompted Miles to purchase the company and stocks and he later made a gentleman's agreement with Rutherford that any Madeira sold by them in the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, or Russia would be bought through H. P. Miles and Co. This agreement was respected and carried on until the Rutherfords sold their firm R 

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Rutherford & Miles 1814 Bual Solera Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 21 2019 6:00PM PT

Current Bid: $600.00
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1850 D'Oliveira Madeira Verdelho Reserva
Bid on this bottle of 1850 D'Oliveira Madeira Verdelho Reserva (96RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1850 Verdelho remains an exquisite Madeira that is one of the finest ever produced in this, the founding year of the winery. It has a well-defined bouquet with seductive notes of fresh marmalade, quince, dried mango and melted candle wax. The palate is crisp and well-defined with superb acidity that is perfectly in tune with the spice-laden vestiges of decayed fruit. It is fresh and taut, performing impressively for its 162-years of age. (NM)" (08/2012) 

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1850 D'Oliveira Madeira Verdelho Reserva (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 21 2019 5:00PM PT

Current Bid: $600.00
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RP 96

1906 Acciaioli Malmsey Madeira
Bid on this bottle of 1906 Acciaioli Malmsey Madeira. Michael Broadbent writes: "The Acciaioli brothers – scions of one of the oldest Madeira families, little known in England in recent times – exported mainly to Scandinavia." 

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1906 Acciaioli Malmsey Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 20 2019 7:00PM PT

Current Bid: $625.00
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1870 Barbeito Bual Madeira
Bid on this bottle of 1870 Barbeito Bual Madeira. Neal Martin writes: " I previously described winemaker Ricardo Freitas as a “game changer” and I still espouse that opinion. If Madeira can be accused of being hidebound by tradition with outmoded techniques, then Ricardo is the man with the passion, ideas, the talent and let us not forget, the finance, to shake up a once somnolent industry content to ply its trade to tourists. What he achieves is a level of precision and delineation that is second to none, a lucidity of aromas and flavors that can be intoxicating." 

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1870 Barbeito Bual Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 20 2019 7:30PM PT

Current Bid: $500.00
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1864 Blandys Bual Madeira
Bid on this bottle of 1864 Blandys Bual Madeira. Neal Martin writes: "Blandy’s is a brand under the Madeira Wine Company, who also stencil the bottles under Leacock, Cossart Gordon and very occasionally, Miles. There are subtle differences between them in terms of style, Blandy’s undergoing shorter fermentation and sweeter, perhaps more commercial. Cossart can be light and drier; Leacock’s richer. In this report, I thought it would be clearer to list the producer as the brand rather than the company. They have a talented winemaker in the form of Francisco Albuquerque, and in Chris Blandy, they have new blood coming on-line, a mature head on young shoulders, someone with ideas to usher both Blandy’s and Madeira itself into the 21st century." 

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1864 Blandys Bual Madeira (qty: 1)


End Date: Feb 20 2019 7:30PM PT

Current Bid: $900.00
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