Madeira Wine Blandy’s Bual Vintage 1969 75cl
Balsamic notes, spice, dried and candied fruits and vanilla, which met again on the palate, give exuberance and character
BLANDY’S VINTAGE bual 1969
The Blandy, as the last of the families linked to the origin of Madeira wine trade who still manage the family business founded by their ancestors, are unique in the business of Madeira wines. The Blandy’s Madeira, managed and owned by the same family for 200 years independent and seven generations, it prevails totally dedicated to the preservation of the production traditions of Madeira wine.
ALCOHOLIC DEGREE: 21.0%
Total Acidity: 9.7 g / l (Tartaric acid)
RESIDUAL SUGARS: 94.0 g / l
In 1969 there was a great production to Bual caste resulting potential to produce wines with Vintage Wood.
The grapes were fermented in the mill, the spout open system, fermented until they are about 7% v / v ethanol are then added in order to stop the fermentation. Subsequently aging occurred in American oak casks at room temperature.
Wine Blandy’s Bual 1969 aged for 43 years in cask, which yielded a wine full of aged mahogany tones and the characteristic green halo, which brings golden tinge. The bouquet is rich balsamic notes, spice, dried and candied fruit, vanilla and discrete traits that we find on the palate, which combine perfectly to give it exuberance and character. In the mouth, it presents velvety and remarkably fresh and persistent.
SERVICE & STORAGE
It should be served at a temperature of 18ºC. Being a wine with 43 years may submit deposit after a few years in the bottle. The bottle should be stored upright in a dry should not be in direct contact with light.
Blandy’s Bual 1969 may be accompanied by excellent cheeses, Bleu d’Auvergne, Bleu de Bresse, Fourme d’Ambert, Roquefort or Stilton and duck foie gras in terrine, duck foie gras with orange and figs. In addition to the above suggestions may also be accompanied by traditional Madeiran honey cake.