Vinhos Barbeito (Rare Wine Company Historic Series) New York Special Reserve Malmsey Madeira NV

9.169 ratings on Delectable
$54.99

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First time trying a Madeira. Paired with cherry and blueberry pie soaked in bourbon. Wow

First time trying a Madeira. Paired with cherry and blueberry pie soaked in bourbon. Wow

9.2

Kevin Walsh Delectable Pro

Wine blogger doxologywine.com; Freelance Sommelier (Court of Master Sommeliers) Doxology Wine Consulting

While I tend to prefer a bit less sweetness, there is a lot of depth here with toasted nuts and caramel and coffee and a loooonnnggg finish

While I tend to prefer a bit less sweetness, there is a lot of depth here with toasted nuts and caramel and coffee and a loooonnnggg finish

9.1

Randy Fuller Delectable Pro

My first note on the Rare Wine Company New York Malmsey was, “Oh, the nose!” That is still what I think every time I have some. The amber color looks a lot like whiskey, and the nose is all raisins, burnt caramel and brown sugar. Those appear on the palate, too, but in a very dry form - not what the nose seems to promise. The mouth is full and the finish is very long.

My first note on the Rare Wine Company New York Malmsey was, “Oh, the nose!” That is still what I think every time I have some. The amber color looks a lot like whiskey, and the nose is all raisins, burnt caramel and brown sugar. Those appear on the palate, too, but in a very dry form - not what the nose seems to promise. The mouth is full and the finish is very long.

9.4

Andrew Holod Delectable Pro

National Sales Grapes of Spain

Lot 6261 and yes, that is authentic cellar dust on the shoulder. I think it must have needed a couple out years of air to open up, don't you?!? Turbid cognac color, with some serious chunks in there. Nose is at first oxidative, then oceanic, then roasted nuts. Juicy, powerful, sweet then powerfully acidic/bracing in the finish. I'm pairing it with homemade plum cake, but it likely would have gone as well with our founding father's steamed puddings.

Lot 6261 and yes, that is authentic cellar dust on the shoulder. I think it must have needed a couple out years of air to open up, don't you?!? Turbid cognac color, with some serious chunks in there. Nose is at first oxidative, then oceanic, then roasted nuts. Juicy, powerful, sweet then powerfully acidic/bracing in the finish. I'm pairing it with homemade plum cake, but it likely would have gone as well with our founding father's steamed puddings.

9.5

Location

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    San Francisco, CA 94105

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