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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 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...

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....

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...

Bucking the rosé trend – in style

Julian Reynolds, a fifth generation descendant of a British family that settled in the Alentejo in 1850, has been making his own wine for some 17 years in...

Last week over 40 members of the Algarve Wine Society made a train journey to Lisbon to enjoy dinner and wine tasting in the fashionable Restaurant Rubro, just off the Avenida da Liberdade.

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I’m on a bit of a roll here writing about Algarve wines for the fourth week on the trot.

So here I am again with a wine that is good enough to convert anyone who still has any doubts about...

Organisers are celebrating an all-round “record-breaking” edition of the Portuguese Wine Show, held last weekend at Albufeira’s EMA exhibition hall.

“Our goals were achieved. We broke all...

Miguel Martins is the new head sommelier at Conrad Algarve hotel in Quinta do Lago.

Martins has worked at some of the Algarve’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants, including the Bela...

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