Fortified wine has a higher alcohol content than other table wines, the result of a varied and distinct distillation process. 

 

Fortified wine became popular in Europe when it was discovered these wines were easily transported and not damaged by the jostle of sea travel as were other wines. 

 

Those most well-known are: 

 

Madeira ...

Fortified wine has a higher alcohol content than other table wines, the result of a varied and distinct distillation process. 

 

Fortified wine became popular in Europe when it was discovered these wines were easily transported and not damaged by the jostle of sea travel as were other wines. 

 

Those most well-known are: 

 

Madeira Wine (from the Madeira Island) 

Marsala Wine (from Sicily) 

Port Wines (from Portugal) 

Sherry Wine (from Spain)

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Fortified Wine 

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The Albarino grape produces a wonderfully florally scented wine and this unique personality is also imparted to the spirit distilled from its skins and pips.

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The original recipe from the early 19th century for Vermouth is based on a combination of white wine fortified with Italian brandy and more than 50 delicately infused premium natural herbs, spices, roots and seeds. This traditional process is used to create a sophisticated elixir and a complex and well balanced boutique aperitif that will make any...

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The original recipe from the early 19th century for Vermouth is based on a combination of white wine fortified with Italian brandy and more than 50 delicately infused premium natural herbs, spices, roots and seeds. This traditional process is used to create a sophisticated elixir and a complex and well balanced boutique aperitif that will make any...

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