Madeira

An integral part of Portugal, Madeira enjoyed a privileged position when maritime commerce dominated trade in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This is how the product of its vineyard has earned its reputation, in the form of a very particular wine, designed to travel at sea without deteriorating, like that of Porto. Madeira is therefore a mutated wine then knowingly oxidized according to different practices, depending on whether it is a common wine or a more elaborate wine. For the latter type, which qualifies all Madeira quality, the oxidation phase takes place in drums exposed to the open air, under the influence of local climate, mid oceanic, half tropical.

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