The Madeira island is located in the Atlantic Ocean and is of volcanic origin. It’s unique and breathtaking landscape is dominated by rugged mountains, deep valleys
and by the exotic and dense Laurisilva forest, classified by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage Site in 1999.
Madeira is all about its people, revealing and discovering their roots, culture and traditions. The Madeira Wine is an excuse for exploring this rich and memorable cultural diversity. The wine culture produces a unique landscape of rare beauty, where the vineyard is planted in terraces known as “poios” ranging from the sea to the mountains, forming small hanging gardens in myriad of colours which vary between green, brown and red.
The Madeira Wine is much more than a wine, it represents the island itself, and is synonymous with quality and uniqueness and is appreciated all over the world.
18.5 - Revista de Vinhos
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19 - Jancis Robinson