Madeira

Welcome to the enchanting world of Madeira wine, where history, complexity, and exceptional craftsmanship converge to create one of the most distinctive and revered fortified wines.


One of the most renowned names in Madeira wine is Blandy's. With a heritage dating back to 1811, Blandy's is synonymous with tradition and quality. Their wide range of Madeira wines, from the pale and delicate Sercial to the rich and luscious Malmsey, showcases the depth and versatility of this exceptional fortified wine. Blandy's commitment to traditional winemaking techniques and their extensive aging process in oak casks ensures that their wines develop exquisite flavors and aromas over time.


Another esteemed producer is Henriques & Henriques, founded in 1850. Known for their meticulous vineyard management and dedication to quality, Henriques & Henriques crafts exceptional Madeira wines that epitomize the unique terroir of the island. From their vibrant and crisp Verdelho to their opulent and full-bodied Bual, Henriques & Henriques wines embody the essence of Madeira's rich heritage.


Venturing to the historic producer of Madeira wine, Leacock's, we encounter a legacy that dates back to the 18th century. Leacock's offers a range of premium Madeira wines, including their esteemed Rainwater Madeira and the rare and noble Vintage Madeira. These wines showcase the finesse, complexity, and age-worthiness that are hallmarks of the finest Madeira wines.


Among the esteemed producers, d'Oliveras stands out for its commitment to traditional winemaking methods and a vast collection of aged Madeira wines. Founded in 1850, d'Oliveras produces wines that embody the rich history and flavors of the island. From their exceptional Sercial wines to their sublime Terrantez and Verdelho, d'Oliveras showcases the diversity and elegance of Madeira wine.


These prestigious producers represent just a glimpse into the world of the finest Madeira wines available to the discerning connoisseur. Each house upholds time-honored practices, combining meticulous vineyard management, careful grape selection, and precise aging to craft Madeira wines of unparalleled complexity and longevity.


Indulging in the finest Madeira wines is a journey of exploration and appreciation, allowing you to savor the unique aromas, intricate layers of flavor, and exceptional longevity that define these extraordinary wines. Whether enjoyed as an aperitif, paired with a gourmet meal, or savored on its own, Madeira wine offers a sensory experience that transports you to the sun-drenched slopes of the island.



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Madeira 2 18 (JR)
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SG$920.18
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Jancis Robinson (18)

A carpenter’s workshop, filled with the scent of freshly sawn and planed wood. Sweet tobacco. A distinctly feral, ‘animal’ smell. Dried meadow flowers and hay. Dried orange-peel dust. Something almost lactic. It changes from sip to sip, moment to moment. First dry, then sweet. Bitter, for a second, then turning tender. Jagged edges melt silky smooth from along the slim ribbon of its structure. Demanding and volatile; then tucking charms into your palm. The intensity of the flavours – explosive bitter-sweet oranges, hit-gingered quince, cinnamon and cumin, sour cherries in Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena, decayed-wood dust – is startling, and yet the wine is fine-boned, almost ethereal. William Chester Minor, surgeon, wordsmith, schizophrenic and one of the greatest contributors to the Oxford English Dictionary, was attributed the quote, ‘Listen to the leaves scratch the air. Sometimes it sounds like gunfire. Sometimes like applause.’ I thought of those words when I tasted this wine. Food pairings: spanakopita; cauliflower pakora with spiced onion chutney; welsh rarebit; fried grouse with orange sauce.
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$5,223.41
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$3,398.71
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Madeira 2 -
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SG$5,585.42
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Madeira 3 -
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SG$1,025.04
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$5,867.03
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Immerse yourself in a luxurious wine experience with our 'Henriques & Henriques Garrafeira Malvasia Madeira 1954'. This exquisite Madeira is the epitome of finesse and complexity. Produced by the esteemed Henriques & Henriques winery, one of the oldest and most respected houses on the island, it demonstrates the rich traditions of Madeiran winemaking. Crafted from the rare and distinct Malvasia grape, its age reveals incomparable depth and character. Unveiling a lush bouquet of dried figs and spice, the palate is dominated by powerful notes of caramelised orange peel, candied ginger, and honeyed nuts. Its robust acidity and unique sweetness balance magnificently to provide a finish that is nothing short of eloquent. The prestigious Henriques & Henriques Garrafeira Malvasia Madeira 1954, brimming with soul and history, is the quintessential choice for any discerning collector or fine wine enthusiast.

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Madeira 1 19.5 (JR)
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SG$6,065.33
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Jancis Robinson (19.5)

This and three other wines are still available on the island, but only released by John Cossart sparingly and at a very high price. They originate from the 1820s, held first in wood, then demi-johns and the remnant finally bottled off between the 1920s and the 1960s. A famous wine. Tawny, rose colour, very pale rim. Light marine, very Atlantic nose. Wonderfully soft, fragrant swish over the palate. Then great grip. Grand and old indeed! Pretty cheesy on the end but this is surely the island in a bottle. So clean and tasty. Ocean spray. Lone yachtsmen would love this!
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$5,654.48
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A jewel in the world of fortified wines, the Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1954 is a remarkable tipple crafted by the internationally renowned winery, Henriques & Henriques. Hailing from the sun-kissed island of Madeira in Portugal, Terrantez 1954 is produced from the rare and indigenous Terrantez grape variety, aged in wooden casks using the traditional 'canteiro' method. This system of aging exudes a harmonious blend of natural acidity and sweetness.

Madeira's unique climatic conditions lend the wine its consistent character and remarkable ageing potential, boasting a rich hue of amber with intriguing aromas of dried fruits, spice, and ancient wood to enchant the senses. The legacy of Henriques & Henriques, spanning over 500 years, is evident in each sip of Terrantez 1954, embodying a stellar balance of complexity, delicacy, and depth that solidifies its place amongst the elite ones. A celebrated testament to Madeiran viticulture, Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1954 is truly an oenophile's delight.

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Madeira 2 -
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SG$3,839.63
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Indulge in the decadent, robust flavours presented by the exquisite Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976. This distinguished Madeira wine comprises the Terrantez grape varietal, a rarity best known for providing intense complexity. Born of the venerable wine-making region of Madeira Island, Portugal, this gem truly reflects the distinguished tradition of Henriques & Henriques, vintners since 1850.

The Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976 underwent a meticulous wine-making process, including fermentation in oak casks followed by the legendary 'canteiro' aging system. Within the rich amber fluid, expect an alluring bouquet of toasted almonds, honey, and citrus peel intertwined with a tantalising hint of spice.

The palette unveils dried fruit and coffee undertones, showcasing a harmonious balance between acidity and sweetness – a trademark of the esteemed Henriques & Henriques. The lingering finish elicits further surprise with a touch of salted caramel. A truly remarkable and memorable Madeira wine, the Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976 is a testament to refined mastery in viniculture.

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Madeira 2 18 (JR)
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SG$831.00
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Jancis Robinson (18)

A carpenter’s workshop, filled with the scent of freshly sawn and planed wood. Sweet tobacco. A distinctly feral, ‘animal’ smell. Dried meadow flowers and hay. Dried orange-peel dust. Something almost lactic. It changes from sip to sip, moment to moment. First dry, then sweet. Bitter, for a second, then turning tender. Jagged edges melt silky smooth from along the slim ribbon of its structure. Demanding and volatile; then tucking charms into your palm. The intensity of the flavours – explosive bitter-sweet oranges, hit-gingered quince, cinnamon and cumin, sour cherries in Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena, decayed-wood dust – is startling, and yet the wine is fine-boned, almost ethereal. William Chester Minor, surgeon, wordsmith, schizophrenic and one of the greatest contributors to the Oxford English Dictionary, was attributed the quote, ‘Listen to the leaves scratch the air. Sometimes it sounds like gunfire. Sometimes like applause.’ I thought of those words when I tasted this wine. Food pairings: spanakopita; cauliflower pakora with spiced onion chutney; welsh rarebit; fried grouse with orange sauce.
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$4,705.00
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$3,060.00
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Madeira 2 -
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SG$4,950.00
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Madeira 3 -
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SG$782.00
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Madeira 1 -
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SG$5,145.00
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Immerse yourself in a luxurious wine experience with our 'Henriques & Henriques Garrafeira Malvasia Madeira 1954'. This exquisite Madeira is the epitome of finesse and complexity. Produced by the esteemed Henriques & Henriques winery, one of the oldest and most respected houses on the island, it demonstrates the rich traditions of Madeiran winemaking. Crafted from the rare and distinct Malvasia grape, its age reveals incomparable depth and character. Unveiling a lush bouquet of dried figs and spice, the palate is dominated by powerful notes of caramelised orange peel, candied ginger, and honeyed nuts. Its robust acidity and unique sweetness balance magnificently to provide a finish that is nothing short of eloquent. The prestigious Henriques & Henriques Garrafeira Malvasia Madeira 1954, brimming with soul and history, is the quintessential choice for any discerning collector or fine wine enthusiast.

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Madeira 1 19.5 (JR)
In Bond
SG$5,550.00
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Jancis Robinson (19.5)

This and three other wines are still available on the island, but only released by John Cossart sparingly and at a very high price. They originate from the 1820s, held first in wood, then demi-johns and the remnant finally bottled off between the 1920s and the 1960s. A famous wine. Tawny, rose colour, very pale rim. Light marine, very Atlantic nose. Wonderfully soft, fragrant swish over the palate. Then great grip. Grand and old indeed! Pretty cheesy on the end but this is surely the island in a bottle. So clean and tasty. Ocean spray. Lone yachtsmen would love this!
More Info
Madeira 1 -
In Bond
SG$4,950.00
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A jewel in the world of fortified wines, the Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1954 is a remarkable tipple crafted by the internationally renowned winery, Henriques & Henriques. Hailing from the sun-kissed island of Madeira in Portugal, Terrantez 1954 is produced from the rare and indigenous Terrantez grape variety, aged in wooden casks using the traditional 'canteiro' method. This system of aging exudes a harmonious blend of natural acidity and sweetness.

Madeira's unique climatic conditions lend the wine its consistent character and remarkable ageing potential, boasting a rich hue of amber with intriguing aromas of dried fruits, spice, and ancient wood to enchant the senses. The legacy of Henriques & Henriques, spanning over 500 years, is evident in each sip of Terrantez 1954, embodying a stellar balance of complexity, delicacy, and depth that solidifies its place amongst the elite ones. A celebrated testament to Madeiran viticulture, Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1954 is truly an oenophile's delight.

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Madeira 2 -
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SG$3,285.00
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Indulge in the decadent, robust flavours presented by the exquisite Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976. This distinguished Madeira wine comprises the Terrantez grape varietal, a rarity best known for providing intense complexity. Born of the venerable wine-making region of Madeira Island, Portugal, this gem truly reflects the distinguished tradition of Henriques & Henriques, vintners since 1850.

The Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976 underwent a meticulous wine-making process, including fermentation in oak casks followed by the legendary 'canteiro' aging system. Within the rich amber fluid, expect an alluring bouquet of toasted almonds, honey, and citrus peel intertwined with a tantalising hint of spice.

The palette unveils dried fruit and coffee undertones, showcasing a harmonious balance between acidity and sweetness – a trademark of the esteemed Henriques & Henriques. The lingering finish elicits further surprise with a touch of salted caramel. A truly remarkable and memorable Madeira wine, the Henriques & Henriques Terrantez 1976 is a testament to refined mastery in viniculture.

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