Category: Producers

Madeira 2012; A Photographic Report – Part 3

My main purpose with Mad about Madeira is to enthuse. To make you curious, wanting to taste something that might be new to you. Or even visit the island. And a wine site without photographies….how boring isn’t that? Please continue…

1979, 1980, 1981 Terrantez – that’s all folks!

New feature on the site! I’ve added the possibility for readers to post a quick comment via their FB account. Easier and a great way to promote Madeira. Please continue liking and sharing my site; for that I can’t thank…

Justino’s – Terrantez Old Reserve

600 photographs later, tons of impressions, new knowledge and wines tasted, Mad about Madeira have all the prerequisites to continue yet a year. Regular visits is a must and I can’t thank the producers enough for their time and generosity….

Madeira 2012; A Photographic Report – Part 2

600 photographs later, lots of new impressions, knowledge and wines tasted, Mad about Madeira have all the prerequisites to continue yet a year. Regular visits is a must and I can’t thank the producers enough for their time and generosity….

Madeira 2012; A Photographic Report

I can’t think of a better way to report but directly from Madeira! Tasting the current vintage, last year’s or an 1885 Verdelho, doesn’t really matter; it is all great fun and inspires me a lot to keep on writing…

Justino’s 1999 Colheita

  Madeira rocks my world. There’s nothing like it. I guess, if you’re reading here, you have also discovered the greatness of a Madeira wine. Sadly, we’re few. So please, help me spreading the word about the world’s greatest and…

Pereira d’Oliveira; 1900 Vintage Verdelho

  Welcome to Mad about Madeira. A celebration to the world’s most breathtaking wine. For a wine that delivers such an immense tasting experience, it is a pity that so few today drinks Madeira. Share my site with friends, have a…

Bastardo backup

Madeira, the world’s most breathtaking wine, needs your support! I would love it if you share the site with others; the wines and its producers deserve more attention. Mad about Madeira is also on Facebook as a page. Links to…

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers