WE DELIVER CRAFT BEER WINE & SPIRITS (contactless, hygienic delivery)

£33.95
In stock

Product Description

An attractive and clean gold colour with matured rim. The nose is delicate and complex with hints of dried fruits and lemon zest. Dry, crisp finish with hints of nuttiness and lingering soft fruits.

  • Feature(s): Vegetarian
  • Alcohol (ABV): 19 %
  • Acidity: 7.6 g/l
  • Residual sugar: 56.6 g/l
  • pH: 3.41
  • Grape Varieties:100% Sercial
  • Region:Madeira
  • Closure:Natural Cork

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Package 75cl
Strength ABV 19%
Origin Text

Justino's is one of the oldest producers of Madeira, having been in existence since 1870, when it was known as Justino Henriques. Today, Justino's is owned by the French company La Martiniquaise, which built a modern winery in Cancela, Santa Cruz. With these facilities, they sought to combine traditional vinification practices with the most advanced technology. Fruit is sourced from all over the island, with only the best areas and vineyards selected for the different grape varieties. The robustness and longevity of Madeira, even once opened, allows for endless experimentation with food pairings and drinking occasions.

Delivery & Returns

We deliver to mainland UK only.

Local deliveries - 10mile radius of Newbury, are in house and usually next working day. 

Further afield, your order will be delivered by Parcelforce within two working days of being despatched by us. 

Order over £30.00? We'll send it free of charge.

For further information see our Delivery pages. 

Justino's Madeira, 10-Year-Old Sercial

Product Origins

Justino's is one of the oldest producers of Madeira, having been in existence since 1870, when it was known as Justino Henriques. Today, Justino's is owned by the French company La Martiniquaise, which built a modern winery in Cancela, Santa Cruz. With these facilities, they sought to combine traditional vinification practices with the most advanced technology. Fruit is sourced from all over the island, with only the best areas and vineyards selected for the different grape varieties. The robustness and longevity of Madeira, even once opened, allows for endless experimentation with food pairings and drinking occasions.