Welsh Brothers

Bastardo vines


Madeira Bastardo is a name seen on fewer and fewer bottles of Madeira wine each year. This is because the vines do not return a good profit and this grape disappeared from almost all Madeira's vineyards. Bastardo is believed to be the same variety as Trousseau (the name it bears when grown in France's Jura region). It is also grown on the Portuguese mainland, where it can be used to make Portugal's other key fortified wine, Port.

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