malmsey


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sweet Madeira wine

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Blandy's 5-Year malmsey, a wine aged a minimum of five years, is a good entry-level Madeira and costs about $20 to $25.
William Vaughan warns that certain types of wine, muscadel, malmsey, and bastard, "are only for maried folkes, because they strengthen the back.
A sinfully sweet aged malmsey is not only utterly delicious on its own, but also rich and nutty enough to stand up to the heavy fruit, rum sauce, custard and cream.
New York Special Reserve" Malmsey Madeira Rare Wine Co.
The first of these 12-year-old malts introduced were THE GLENMORANGIE PORT WOOD FINISH, MALMSEY MADEIRA WOOD FINISH and OLOROSO SHERRY WOOD FINISH.
In ascending order of sweetness, the styles of Madeira are Sercial, Verdelho, Bual, and Malmsey.
It was a success as the lighter styles of Madeira - Sercial and Verdhelo - preceded the richer Bual and Malmsey, and the food was set to match admirably.
Malmsey is a Madeira, a sweet wine made on the subtropical Portuguese island of Madeira, it is unusual in the wine world in that it is aged in cask not in cool cellars but in hot lofts, by a now traditional method called cantiero, which signifies natural heating.
The arc of a great villain's rise and fall--Richard III, Little Caesar, Scarface (in either movie version)--can be fascinating to watch, but we don't have to identify with the demented pleasures of drowning someone in a butt of Malmsey or pounding them into hamburger with a baseball bat, as Al Capone is alleged to have done.
I was delighted to read of the tradition that Yorkist leaders killed at the 1487 battle of Stoke were buried with green willow staves driven through their hearts and that the Countess of Salisbury wore a little barrel charm on a bracelet in memory of her father, the Duke of Clarence, who was drowned in a vat of Malmsey wine
Never mind the death stories that take on a lighter twist with time: the Duke of Clarence, in 1478, drowning in a barrel of malmsey.
Francis Scott Key, as he delighted in pointing out, composed "The Star-Spangled Banner" while tippling Malmsey.
Among them is the sweet, fortified drink known as Malmsey or Malvasia wine, which became a British favourite after a barrel was presented to Nelson as consolation when he lost the battle for Tenerife.
included reference to the 'choicest collection of rare old Wines ever offered in Melbourne, Including Fine old port, sherry, madeira, malmsey, claret, sauterne, bucellas, &c.