Barbeito "Três Pipas" Bastardo Reserva Velha, Meio Seco
Bastardo was extinct in Madeira for many years. Its recovery was due to Teófilo Cunha, who, in 2004, planted again vines of that variety on his family's land in São Jorge, in the north of the island. Ricardo Diogo harvested the Bastardo for the first time in 2007. Since then, with the grapes that came into the winery every year, he was determined to try as much as possible and, for that reason, each winemaking always added something new to his knowledge. For this blend Reserva Velha added three wines, the first one from Curtimenta of the year 2010 and two others from Bica Aberta from the years 2009 and 2011 that gave rise to 2,139 bottles, all of them numbered.
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