1918 Madeira Barbeito Verdelho
The story goes that the main mentor of Madeira wine was Prince Henry the Navigator, who encouraged the cultivation of the Malvasia Candida grape, from Candia de Crete, on the island of Madeira, which proved to be a success. By the mid-15th century, Madeira wine was already being exported and its export routes included Europe, where it was considered a more refined wine and was even used as a perfume for the court ladies' handkerchiefs. The prestige of this nectar was such that it is often mentioned in history, in the arts, and in the legends of some nations.
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