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Understanding the different Madeira styles

Ever wondered what Madeira tastes like? Or which bottle to buy? Read Richard Mayson's style guide below...

Madeira is a wine that behaves like no other. Acidity, heat and air combine to make it one of the world’s most resilient wines – a dream for a desert island.

 


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