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Cossart Gordon Rainwater Madeira

Madeira from Portugal
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        A fresh crisp Madeira with delicate but firm fruit. Serve as an apéritif or dessert accompaniment. This fine pale Madeira is often considered the most suitable for enhancing the flavour of sauces.

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        Cossart Gordon

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        Cossart Gordon & Co, Portugal
        Cossart Gordon & Co. was established in 1745 and is the oldest company in the Madeira trade. The company was founded by two Scotsmen, Francis Newton and William Gordon, who fled Scotland following the failure of the Stuart cause which they supported. In 1808 William Cossart, an Irishman descended from a distinguished Huguenot family, joined the firm which later became known by its present name. Cossart Gordon & Co. prospered, trading assiduously with the American colonies where the company acquired an unequalled reputation as suppliers of fine Madeiras. The colonies in North America were at the time the largest and most discerning market, so much so in fact that the best production was widely known as 'American Madeira'. Madeira played such an important part in American life that it was used to toast the Declaration of Independence.
        ULL104433_NV Item# 1580