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Henriques & Henriques Madeira 10 Year Old Boal 50cl

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Country
Portugal
Region
Madeira
Grape Variety
Bual
Vintage
NV
ABV
20.0%
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
50cl

Description

This is a wine with depth, combining acidity and sweetness. It is medium bodied with flavours of caramel and toffee and a long aftertaste.

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Henriques & Henriques Madeira 10 Year Old Boal 50cl

Orangey/tawny colour with more oxidation here, with pepper and spice and caraway seeds, plenty of caramel and burnt citrus.

Henriques & Henriques Madeira 10 yo Bual on the palate this is quite rich and luscious, with a great creaminess to the texture.

The palate has a flood of burnt orange, with delightful walnut and almond softness and creaminess, and a piercing streak of fine lemon pith acidity.

Henriques & Henriques Madeira 10 yo Bual is a wine with depth, combining acidity and sweetness.

Henriques & Henriques Madeira 10 yo Bual is medium bodied with flavours of caramel and toffee and a long aftertaste.

Offering the best from this beautiful yet tantalisingly obscure Portuguese island, Henriques & Henriques is the third largest producer in Madeira and significantly the one with the greatest holding of their own vineyards.

Established in 1850, the company has a rich history and admirable knowledge of its art

The history of Henriques & Henriques, founded by João Gonçalves Henriques goes back to 1850. After his death in 1912, a partnership was created between his sons, Francisco Eduardo and João Joaquim Henriques, hence Henriques & Henriques. http://www.henriquesehenriques.pt/?page_id=41&lang=en

From then on, Henriques & Henriques played an important role in viticulture and wine making on the Island and in 1913, the family interests were established as a firm, and by 1925, the firm concentrated on shipping its own wines instead of supplying them to other shippers.

With the death, in 1968, of the last of the Henriques, João Joaquim Henriques, known as “João de Belém”, (who had no heirs) the company was left to his three friends and partners: Alberto Nascimento Jardim, Peter Cossart (who made 53 vintages with the company) and Carlos Nunes Pereira.

In June 1992, Henriques & Henriques undertook an expansion programme with a value of more than 5,000,000€ and invested in the construction of new premises in Câmara de Lobos and also on building a new vinification centre at Quinta Grande.

The new premises at Câmara de Lobos house the offices, laboratory, tasting room, shop glass fronted cask stores (for ageing wines) and the basement below houses different sized stainless steel tanks for storage and blending.

In 1995 the company decided to plant at Quinta Grande a new 10 hectare vineyard next to the vinification centre. Henriques & Henriques is the only Madeira producer to own vineyards.

The Company uses the most recent technical innovations, but at the same time, maintains the family traditions of almost 200 years of producing finest Madeira wines. The full control of every aspect of its production has enabled H & H to nurture and sell wines of exceptional quality.