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Bid on this bottle of 1875 D'Oliveira Sercial Madeira Reserva. D'Oliveira is an independent Madeira wine producer. The company was founded in 1850 by Joao Pereira d'Oliveira and is perhaps best known for having an expansive library of old and rare Madeiras from the family's São Martinho vineyards. The cellar boasts vintages of Verdelho dating back to the company's founding in 1850 as well as Malmsey, Bual, and Sercial wines dating back to the 19th and early 20th centuries. There are also old vintages of Terrantez and Bastardo, rare grape varieties that are now almost extinct on the island. 98 points Richard Jennings for RJonWine.com: "Medium dark amber brown color with light yellow meniscus; lemon tea, light coffee, roast coffee nose; rich, roast coffee, lemon peel, very tart orange, walnut palate with focused medium-plus lemon acidity; very long finish." (05/2010)
Starting Bid: $685.00

Bid on this bottle of 1850 D'Oliveira Verdelho Madeira Reserva. Verdelho grapes yield what is arguably the most effortlessly balanced of Madeiras: lightly sweet and wonderfully balanced by acidity. D'Oliveira is one of only seven Madeira shippers left on the island, and it is among the most traditional of these. Their stocks of old wine are legendary. You can have vintage Madeira open for many months, even years, without much noticeable degradation in quality. Also, please note that these wines love air, and will greatly reward decanting prior to service. (Joe Mankein, K&L Spanish Wine Buyer)
Starting Bid: $750.00

Bid on this bottle of 1965 Messias Colheita Port. Messias was founded in 1926 in the small town of Mealhada by Messias Baptista who managed the company until 1973. The winery is still owned by members of the same family, and draws on 160 hectares of vines to produce Port as well as sparkling and still wines.
Starting Bid: $80.00

Bid on this bottle of 1982 Quinta Do Noval Nacional Vintage Port. Wine Spectator: "Medium ruby, with intense aromas of grape skins and vanilla, full-bodied, with concentrated black cherry flavors and very good structure. (Web-1989)"
Starting Bid: $210.00

Bid on this bottle of 1836 Barbeito Malvasia Madeira. This is a bottle of Malvasia Madeira that is 184 years old and bottled by one of the most respected producers on Madeira. Vinhos Barbeito was founded in the 1940s and over the years the family owned company steadily increased production to keep up with other wineries in the bulk wine trade. This competition led to a decline in quality and in 1991 Barbeito changed direction radically to focus on quality rather than quantity. In addition to its own wines, Barbeito finds aged Madeiras from other producers to bottle as special releases. Neal Martin described winemaker Ricardo Freitas as a "game changer" and adds: "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."
Starting Bid: $1,000.00

Bid on this bottle of 1802 Barbeito Terrantez Madeira. This is a bottle of Terrantez Madeira that is 218 years old and bottled by one of the most respected producers on Madeira. Vinhos Barbeito was founded in the 1940s and over the years the family owned company steadily increased production to keep up with other wineries in the bulk wine trade. This competition led to a decline in quality and in 1991 Barbeito changed direction radically to focus on quality rather than quantity. In addition to its own wines, Barbeito finds aged Madeiras from other producers to bottle as special releases. Neal Martin described winemaker Ricardo Freitas as a "game changer" and adds: "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."
Starting Bid: $3,500.00

Bid on this bottle of 1963 Martinez Vintage Port. Wine Spectator: "...It is elegant... Medium red with a garnet edge, aromas of cherries and spices, medium-bodied, with firm tannins and delicate, sweet berry flavors. (JS, Web Only-1989)"
Starting Bid: $90.00

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