Product Description: In the 17th century Verdelho was considered the most representative variety in Madeira Island and some even say that may be originated from the island. Verdelho produces a wine must with moderated sugar levels, noticeable acidity and produces a medium- dry style of Madeira wine. This wine, has the category of Colheita. The Ageing – “Canteiro” method. The maturation occurred in the cellars, in which the wine aged in American oak casks in the warm high attic floors of the lodge. The art of finding the right balance between concentration and the freshness of the wine lies in the winemaker’s decision when to transfer the wine to the lower cooler north facing floors of the lodge.
Picking Dates: 2008
Serving & Cellarage: Stored upright in a dark, fresh and dry room with constant temperature, ideally no higher than 16oC. Decanting will help remove any deposit that may have occurred in bottle over time.
Tasting Notes: Golden and crystalline colour.
On the nose reveals characteristic flavors with notes of citric fruit, dry fruit like almonds and hazelnut, and spices remining vanilla and saffron.
On the palate the first impression it ́s sweet then reveals freshness leaving salty notes, with a long and fresh aftertaste of tropical fruits chutney and aged brandy.
Plataforma 3, Pavilhão T, ZFI da Madeira 9200-047 Caniçal, Madeira, Portugal.