Amber with golden nuance, a brilliant crystalline. Characteristic bouquet, with notes of jam and marmalade, candied and dried fruits such as nuts and hazelnuts. The palate is rich, soft, and sweet. The finish is fresh with notes
of wood and dried fruits macerated in brandy.
The Malmsey grape is found predominantly in the region of São Jorge on the north of the Madeira island. Possibly the most well-known o the noble varieties, the grape has high levels of both sugar and acidity – a perfect combination for this rich style of Madeira.
Blandy’s Malmsey 2007 was aged for 15 years in seasoned American oak casks and as with all the family’s vintages, this wine started its aging process in the warm high attic floors of the lodge in the center of Funchal. Over the
15 years, the wine passed down from the warmer top floor of the Blandy’s Wine Lodges, the “Sotão de Amendoa” to the cooler first for the remaining years. 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.
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