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Earlier this month I made a visit to one of the Portuguese wineries that has most captured my interest over the last year or so. Last year I wrote about the wines of...

Three Italian friends have discovered that the Algarve just can’t get enough of their homegrown ‘cardoncellos’– an Italian variety of the ‘king oyster mushroom’.

Grown in Ferragudo, the...

Tasting delicious sausages made ‘country-style’ or enjoying an evening of Fado are two highlights of Querença’s ‘Festa das Chouriças’ (Smoked Sausage Festival), taking place this Saturday and...

Regular readers of this column may recall an article I wrote in early December about a vertical tasting I attended of Luís Pato wines made from the Baga grape. Aged Baga has become something of a...

Stylish canned goods or chocolate to flavour your gin? Mais bien sûr, courtesy of Algarve-based company Amour Gourmet

The name might be French and the concept Portuguese, but the idea is...

David Baverstock, from Herdade do Esporão, explains the tradition of clay-pot winemaking.

I am going to start by saying that writing about a winemaking tradition dating back several...

A book published by Lagoa council has been named Portugal’s ‘Best Wine Book of the Year’ and will now compete for an international title at the Gourmand Awards ceremony, to be held on May 28-29 in...

I was recently challenged by our sister publication, Essential Algarve, to collect my 10 favourite Algarve wines for inclusion in the 100th edition of the magazine which included 10 categories,...

The Ocean (Porches), Vila Joya (Albufeira) and Henrique Leis (Almancil) are the three Algarve restaurants included in La Liste, a ranking of the world’s 1000 best restaurants.

The list also...

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