Established in 1820, Pereira D’Oliveira has been one of the most celebrated Madeira houses, both in production and in ageing. Terrantez a white variety that has a incredibly unique character in Madeira. Ultimately rare on the stage it's taste and aromatics are also unique. For the 1971 Terrantez, Quince and honeycomb are most prevalent on the nose and with smoky sweet flavors akin to Sauternes on the palate. Best paired with blue cheeses at the end of the meal.
ABV % = 20