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Macieira Brandy Non Vintage, 1 L

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Macieira, with alcoholic graduation of 36º, is obtained from firewater vinica with aging during at least 6 months in hooves of oak. Please note that it isn’t always possible to provide a perfect looking bottle/label as this very much depends on the condition they are received in from our supplier. This aging process imbues Macieira Brandy with its signature character – a harmonious balance of fruity and woody notes, with hints of vanilla, spice, and a subtle sweetness. The Warehouse Antiques contains over 50 stands and over 80 cabinets that puts on a real feast for the eyes, and offers a gift opportunity at every turn. Loyalty points cannot be used to purchase vouchers, nor will you accrue points for spending gift vouchers.

Results from the combination of wine and ""vinho abafado"" distillate added through a method of blending and aging that uses only small oak and chestnut Portuguese casks. A full box also helps to reduce the small chance of damage, as empty compartments collapsing can be a cause of this. Please check the tracking first, as they may provide an explanation but we welcome the opportunity to nip issues in the bud. The distillate was created by José Guilherme Macieira, son of José Maria Macieira, after having studied oenology in the French Region of Cognac.

What better way to say “I Love You” than by sending your loved one something special from Beers of Europe! Macieira was exhibited at various Fairs, such as the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900, the South African Industrial Exhibition in 1904, the Commemorative Exhibition for the Inauguration of the Panama Canal in 1915 and many others.

The unaltered formula, which distinguishes it and has made it the market leader in Portugal is also appreciated in approximately 30 countries on five continents where MACIEIRA "5 STAR" is currently exported to. The brandy’s finish is smooth and warming, leaving a lasting impression that beckons you to take another sip. com within 48 hours after the payment confirmation and only on weekdays (not accounted for weekends and holidays), so we can not guarantee the availability of the articles to the beginning of said processing. Macieira brandy is produced from the best Portuguese grapes, revealing an unique aroma and flavor, result of traditional production methods with more than 100 years of experience and knowledge. Any 24 bottles to Czech Republic, Denmark, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland, Denmark, Bulgaria, Romania, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania!

As the brandy lingers on the tongue, the influence of oak becomes apparent, imparting a velvety texture and a de-lightful complexity of a chestnut flavour. Its subtle aroma is the result of the original recipe and the distillation of Arinto, Periquita, Trincadeira and Fernão Pires grapes. Produced from the best Portuguese grapes, Macieira has a unique aroma and flavor, having been in the same production process for more than 100 years.

Macieira was applied and awarded at several international fairs such as the Universal Fair in Paris in 1900, the South African Industrial Fair in 1904, the Commemorative Fair of the Inauguration of the Panama Canal in 1915, among others. With an alcoholic strength of 36 °, 40 ° or 43 °, Macieira is obtained from wine spirit with a minimum aging of six months in oak casks. Like Cognac and Armagnac regions of France, Lourinha in Portugal is also DOC designated brandy-production region of the world.Twenty years later the company started its own brandy production, Macieira “Cognac”, as it was then known. A golden brown whisky which has been aged small French oak casks with a complex and slightly fruity aroma.

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