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What a strange name for a wine. Vadio is a Portuguese word that loosely translates to “tramp” or “stray”, often used when talking about a stray dog - “um cão vadio”. In this case, I expect the...

If you have noticed how the selection of foreign wines has improved over recent years here in the Algarve, both at supermarkets and in restaurants, chances are you have noticed some of the wines...

Influenced by the cool ocean breeze of the west coast, Vicentino wines bring us a taste of the Atlantic

When Norwegian farmer Ole Martin Siem first came to Portugal in 1984, he chose the...

The name Reynolds is synonymous with high-quality winemaking in the Alentejo. In fact, they have been winegrowers in the region since 1850. Most renowned of their wines is the venerable Mouchão,...

Thirty Algarve Wine Society (AWS) members made their way by road, rail and air to Porto on October 8 for three days of serious tasting and feasting.

Based in the centre of the UNESCO...

I first discovered the “Titular” wine label from Dão back in 2016 when I wrote here about their varietal made from the Jaen grape. I was impressed, and this week I was impressed again when trying...

Two members of the International Federation of Wine and Spirit Journalists and Writers (FIJEV) travelled to the Algarve between October 3 and 5 to discover more about the region’s wine and...

Here is a very full bodied and unoaked white, not a quaffing wine but something to enjoy with food to replace a red.

It’s not easy to find whites that fit this profile and are priced under...

It has been such a success that ‘Jazz nas Adegas’, an event that brings jazz music into the wine cellars of Silves and nearby towns, is returning for its third edition with an unprecedented 24...

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