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Cossart Gordon Madeira, 1975 Madeira Wine

Vintage Verdelho Madeira
37.5cl Bottle

Bottle size: 37.5cl

ABV: 21%


$233.24 USD

6 In Stock

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1975 Cossart Gordon and Co Verdelho - Please note that these are in our deep storage - Please allow 7 days for delivery.

Tasting Notes
Color . Topaz with golden-greenish nuance, brilliant crystalline. Aroma . Very characteristic bouquet, exuberant, intense, with notes of spice, dried fruits such as nuts and iodized nuts. Mouth . Medium dry, very fresh, vibrant, with salinity, very long spicy aftertaste, leaving notes of spice, blasam and smoked nut.

About This Wine
An old rare medium dry single vintage Madeira aged for 47 years in 650cl casks at the Blandy’s lodge in Funchal. The Verdelho grapes were hand harvested in Seixal on the north coast of the island. Just 939 75cl bottles have been released –

About Cossart Gordon
Cossart Gordon & Co. was established in 1745 and is the oldest company in the Madeira Wine trade. The family joined the Madeira Wine Company in 1958 and to this day, Cossart Gordon Madeiras are considered the very finest available.

Cellarage & Serving
Store Upright. Cossart Gordon Vintage Verdelho 1972 should be served at 18ºC. As the wine is completely stabilized, it is recommended to pull the cork at least 2 days before enjoying this wine. Decanting will help remove any deposit that may have occurred in bottle over time. A wine that is best enjoyed chilled.


excellent- Bottled 2022


Richard Mayson - 19.5/20.
“Mid-deep amber with a reddish glint and olive-green rim; very expressive, lifted but still tight-knit on the nose, classic dried fruit (figs raisins, Elvas plum), nuts, hickory and exotic, peppery spices, perhaps a bit funky but awe-inspiring complexity; savoury, a touch saline (‘salgadinho’) mouthfilling yet taut as
well, glorious texture, seemingly off-dry (88 g/l residual) sugar yet rich and intense with a wonderfully spicy, slightly saline finish. High in acidity (10.7g/l) but the wine is so well integrated it doesn’t really show. Idiosyncratic undoubtedly but a ‘wow’ of a wine.
Richard Mayson - 19.5/20

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