Bual (or Boal) is a grape variety used in Madeira production. It is the second sweetest of the four noble Madeira grapes: Sercial, Verdelho, Bual and Malmsey. It makes medium-rich fortified wines. – Description from Rodolphe Boulanger

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  • Barbeito Bual 1863


    Incredibly rare and amazingly complex, this gem of still shows its complete spectrum of candied citrus, pancakes and light syrup, roasted walnuts, and a mineral driven finish. Simply astounding! Read More

    Wine review by grapelab

  • Henriques & Henriques White Blend Madeira Bual 15 Years Old NV


    Really beautiful Bual, probably one of my favorites. Toasted walnuts, hazelnuts, maple and light-roast coffee. Read More

    Wine review by enotheque

  • Quinta Do Serrado Bual Madeira 1976


    A very nice finish. Just celebrated our 33 wedding anniversary with a glass. (1976 was a good year to be married.) Read More

    Wine review by georgeAndcharlene

  • Blandy's Bual 1920


    Excelente. Read More

    Wine review by Rollo76

  • Rare Madeira New York Malmsey


    If you love Madeira and live in New York, don't buy this wine in state! I was ... song. Its sister, the Boston Bual, had a $10 homer price premium.Anyway, I've sung the praises of the Rare Wine Company's Historic Series elsewhere, but their New York Malmsey, the sweetest style of Madeira, is truly spectacular. A medium brown colored wine with... Read More

    Wine review by 6347Rodolphe Boulanger 6347 Rodolphe Boulanger

  • I have a thing for Madeira. I've never bought a bottle, but I have been lucky enough to taste some pretty cool stuff and each time I'm blown away by the complexity and enjoyment I get out of these wines. Greg was kind enough to dig up some treasures from his cellar to mark the occasion of me trekking over to frigid New York from my base of San F... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Really Old Madeira

  • Rare Wine Company Historic Series Boston Bual


    No written review

    Wine review by 6347Rodolphe Boulanger 6347 Rodolphe Boulanger

  • Cossart Gordon Bual Vintage Madeira 2006


    A rather unusuaul nose with a profound quinine element to the floral and herbal tones. With air panchetta and chestnut tones emerge with a slight musty edge. Moderately sweet in the mouth with cocoa and roasted chestnut flavors on the mid-palate that yield to a sugary, green walnut tone on the narrow, short finish. Very front loaded 86pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Manuel de Sousa Herdeiros Madeira Boal


    Old leather and wood greet the nose and are joined by lovely notes of molasses, gingerbread, oreo cookie, licorice, and spicebox. In the mouth there is a lovely richness here playing off banana fosters and burnt marshmallow flavors. The texture is downright voluptuous with a lingering vanilla tone on the sticky finish with a haunting tone of che... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Cossart Gordon Bual Vintage Madeira 1920


    really deep on the nose with an uncommon combination of Mexican chocolate and broth concentrate. With air gains notes of dried papaya, anise seed and cardamom. Fairly dry and with searing acidity this possesses lots of dark, coffee liquor tones with a rich mid-palate and a long finish of roasted nuts, that turns a bit bitter and clumsy. 90pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

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