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A rich and full-bodied fortified wine from the island of Madeira, aged for 10 years in oak. Blandy's Malmsey is named after one of the many names for the wine, mostly known in the UK for being the contents of the barrel that the Duke of Clarence drowns in in Richard III.
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|Pairing||It is a superb accompaniment to dessert dishes, especially fruit, cakes, rich chocolate puddings and cheeses.|
The Blandy family is unique in being the only family of all the original founders of the Madeira wine trade to still own and manage their own original wine company. Throughout its long history on the island, the family has played a leading role in the development of Madeira wine throughout its long history and members of the family continue to live on Madeira, maintaining a tradition that goes back to 1811; 2 centuries of fine wine production.
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