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Leacock's

John Leacock came to Madeira in 1741 and began trading under his own name in 1760. The Leacock family continued to run their business through successive generations, with John's two sons, John and William taking the reins in 1791. The next generation was headed by Thomas Slapp Leacock who took control in 1877. Thomas's place in Madeiran history was further cemented when in 1873, he recognised the arrival of phylloxera in local vineyards and started a programme of vine treatment at the Leacock's St. John's property in Pico Sao Joao, that was to ensure the survival of the traditional grape varieties that we know today. Leacock's was acquired by the Madeira Wine Company in 1981.(source: David Elswood)

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Madeira collection

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This Madeira collection holds vintages between 1795 and 1944.

Madeira is a very long lasting, fortified wine from the island of Madeira. During the Age of Exploration Madeira's popularity grew as the port of Madeira was a regular stop for the ships that were headed to the New World or the East Indies.

Madeira 1860 Leacock's

£1,428.90
Solera, Sercial

Madeira 1860 Leacock's

£1,316.32
Solera, Sercial

Madeira 1860 Leacock's

£1,316.32
Solera, Sercial

Madeira 1870 Leacock's

£1,004.56
Solera, Bual

Madeira 1904 Leacock's

£692.80
Solera, Sercial, Série E11

Madeira 1904 Leacock's

£692.80
Solera, Sercial, Série E11

Madeira 1904 Leacock's

£692.80
Solera, Sercial, Série E11