Table of contents for Madeira : the mid-Atlantic wine / Alex Liddell.


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List of Maps
About the Author
Acknowledgements
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction
PART I: THE HISTORY OF THE WINE
1. Early History
Discovery, colonization and land tenure
Early development and trade
The first wine
The sixteenth century
The vineyards
The character of the wine
2. Madeira Comes of Age
The seventeenth century
The wine
The character of the wine
3. The Eighteenth Century
The development of trade
Fraud and increased regulation
The British influence
Fortification
Estufagem
Viticulture
The wine
4. The Nineteenth Century I
The unpopular British
Boom and bust
Disaster looms
The first crisis
5. The Nineteenth Century II
The second crisis
Viticulture and the wine
6. The Twentieth Century and Beyond
Changing markets and the German 'threat'
Developing control of the trade
The inter-war years
Climbing out of the doldrums
The end of the twentieth century
The twenty-first century
PART II: VITICULTURE AND THE WINE
7. The Soil and the Grapes
The soil
The grapes of Madeira
Vitis vinifera
The recommended varieties
The authorized varieties
The direct producers
The cadastro
8. The Vineyards
In general
Where are the vineyards?
The Torre Bella Estate
The Fajã dos Padres
The present situation
Porto Santo
The shippers' vineyards
Vineyards round the island
The vintage and the vineyards in 2012
9. Viticulture and the Vintage
Old vineyards
New vineyards
IVBAM-Divisão de Viticultura
The vintage
10. Making and Maturing the Wine
Vinification
Generic madeira
Varietal madeiras
Maturing the wine
11. From Cask to Customer
Official classification of wines
Blending
Legal controls
12. The Madeiras of Today and Yesterday
The characteristics of madeira
The four classical grape varieties
Madeiras with an indication of age
3 year old and 5 year old madeiras
10 and 15 year old madeiras
20, 30 and over-40 year old madeiras
Modern soleras
Garrafeira madeiras
Colheitas
Old madeiras for enthusiasts
13. Notes on Some Vintage Madeiras
PART III: THE PRODUCERS
14. The Producers
Artur de Barros e Sousa, Lda
H. M. Borges, Sucrs., Lda
Cooperativa Agrícola do Funchal, CRL (CAF)
J. Faria & Filhos, Lda
P. E Gonçalves, Lda
Henriques & Henriques-Vinhos, SA
Justino's, Madeira Wines, SA
Madeira Wine Company, SA
Pereira D'Oliveira (Vinhos), Lda
Vinhos Barbeito (Madeira), Lda
PART IV: PRESENT AND FUTURE
15. Today and Tomorrow
Appendices
1. Madeira: Some Basic Information
2. Control of the Wine Industry
3. Exports during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
4. Production and Markets, 1995-2010
5. Regional Table Wine
6. The 1792 Vintage and the Napoleon Madeira
7. Vidonho and Vidonia: An Unsolved Mystery
8. The Condell Innes Notebook
9. Suppliers
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
IndexList of Maps
About the Author
Acknowledgements
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction
PART I: THE HISTORY OF THE WINE
1. Early History
Discovery, colonization and land tenure
Early development and trade
The first wine
The sixteenth century
The vineyards
The character of the wine
2. Madeira Comes of Age
The seventeenth century
The wine
The character of the wine
3. The Eighteenth Century
The development of trade
Fraud and increased regulation
The British influence
Fortification
Estufagem
Viticulture
The wine
4. The Nineteenth Century I
The unpopular British
Boom and bust
Disaster looms
The first crisis
5. The Nineteenth Century II
The second crisis
Viticulture and the wine
6. The Twentieth Century and Beyond
Changing markets and the German 'threat'
Developing control of the trade
The inter-war years
Climbing out of the doldrums
The end of the twentieth century
The twenty-first century
PART II: VITICULTURE AND THE WINE
7. The Soil and the Grapes
The soil
The grapes of Madeira
Vitis vinifera
The recommended varieties
The authorized varieties
The direct producers
The cadastro
8. The Vineyards
In general
Where are the vineyards?
The Torre Bella Estate
The Fajã dos Padres
The present situation
Porto Santo
The shippers' vineyards
Vineyards round the island
The vintage and the vineyards in 2012
9. Viticulture and the Vintage
Old vineyards
New vineyards
IVBAM-Divisão de Viticultura
The vintage
10. Making and Maturing the Wine
Vinification
Generic madeira
Varietal madeiras
Maturing the wine
11. From Cask to Customer
Official classification of wines
Blending
Legal controls
12. The Madeiras of Today and Yesterday
The characteristics of madeira
The four classical grape varieties
Madeiras with an indication of age
3 year old and 5 year old madeiras
10 and 15 year old madeiras
20, 30 and over-40 year old madeiras
Modern soleras
Garrafeira madeiras
Colheitas
Old madeiras for enthusiasts
13. Notes on Some Vintage Madeiras
PART III: THE PRODUCERS
14. The Producers
Artur de Barros e Sousa, Lda
H. M. Borges, Sucrs., Lda
Cooperativa Agrícola do Funchal, CRL (CAF)
J. Faria & Filhos, Lda
P. E Gonçalves, Lda
Henriques & Henriques-Vinhos, SA
Justino's, Madeira Wines, SA
Madeira Wine Company, SA
Pereira D'Oliveira (Vinhos), Lda
Vinhos Barbeito (Madeira), Lda
PART IV: PRESENT AND FUTURE
15. Today and Tomorrow
Appendices
1. Madeira: Some Basic Information
2. Control of the Wine Industry
3. Exports during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
4. Production and Markets, 1995-2010
5. Regional Table Wine
6. The 1792 Vintage and the Napoleon Madeira
7. Vidonho and Vidonia: An Unsolved Mystery
8. The Condell Innes Notebook
9. Suppliers
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Madeira wine.
Madeira wine -- History.
Wine and wine making -- Madeira Islands.