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The sunny side of Baga

As I have said here many times before, Baga is my favourite Portuguese grape variety. What I love about it most is its great ageing potential, but even when younger...

A new poolside eatery serving fresh sushi has opened at Conrad Algarve in Quinta do Lago.

‘Sushi Corner’ is open every day from 6pm and offers a wealth of options including Temakis,...

A relative newcomer to the Portuguese wine scene, Vicentino wines are produced by Norwegian farmer turned winemaker Ole Martin Siem who started farming in Portugal in 1984.

Just north of...

I was having lunch with a “foodie” friend the other day in a great little restaurant in Praia da Luz, and he said how he was getting sick of going to restaurants and having, as he put it, “mucked...

The gastronomic event Rota do Petisco is proving it is hugely successful no matter where it is held in the Algarve.

It is taking place for the first time in Faro and Olhão and the first two...

How the future of Alentejo wines could lie in Portalegre’s cool climate

It is no secret to most of us (with the exception of Donald Trump) that climate change is well and truly a reality....

A new restaurant that promises to offer “new experiences each week combining history, culture and delicious food” is opening in the first half of July at Portimão museum.

Entitled Faina,...

Algarve winelovers and winemakers dined and danced under the stars at the Algarve Wine Society’s Summer Party on June 14, held at the Quinta do Marco rural hotel near Santa Catarina da Fonte do...

Patrick Stuart weighs up the pros and cons of gas versus charcoal and looks at outstanding options for both schools of thought.

The barbecue is, of course, the domain of us, men. For many...

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