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The reasons are many. But suffice it to say, Madeira is America’s wine.
And why is it America’s wine?
-on July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by John Hancock +++ and
the union of the 13 colonies and their representatives toasted their success with Madeira.
(apparently, the 56 signatories consumed 57 bottles of wine)
-George Washington celebrated his inauguration as 1st President of these United States with Madeira
-at the signing of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the three participating countries
(France / Spain / United States), were toasted with wines from their respective countries:
the French with Champagne / the Spanish with Malaga / the United States with Madeira
Please join us as we
Make Madeira Great Again…
-special Happy Hour Madeira Flights
-Vintage Madeira Flights
-February 9th: Bartholomew Broadbent preaches the gospel of Madeira
-Madeira Flights of Fancy with the Founding Fathers
-Learning to sow an American Flag with Betsy Ross and a carafe of Madeira
-February 28th: Chris Blandy reads from the Book of Madeira, Verse 3.
-Crossing the Potomac River with a flask of Madeira in your back pocket
-Madeira Cocktails that would make Harry Johnson blush with delight