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Têmpera is one of the mid-range labels from Quinta do Monte d’Oiro, a premium producer in the Lisbon region that is best known for its Syrahs, specifically the Monte d’Oiro label blending a touch...

Tired of the same old museum, castle, church or winery? How about visiting a museum dedicated to the distillation process of firewater (medronho) and also having a taste?

The Museu do...

A new event to promote Algarve wines is taking place in Portimão between March 2 and 11.

Entitled ‘O Algarve num Copo’ (Algarve in a Glass), it will be hosted by 13 restaurants in downtown...

Every year around this time, anyone working in the catering business here in the Algarve, and most people who are in any way connected to wine, look forward to the annual Decante Vinhos two-day...

Invisível, from the Ervideira winery near Reguengos in the Alentejo, was the first “blanc de noirs” table wine to be produced in Portugal, starting with the 2009 vintage.

It was launched...

2011, as you probably know, was one of the great vintages in the Douro Valley. It ranks 99 out of 100 on the Wine Spectator vintage port chart, matched over recent decades only by 1994. Other than...

Quinta da Pôpa, a family-owned vineyard and winery in the Douro Valley, is a relative newcomer, having only started producing wine in 2012. The estate, located between Folgosa and Pinhão, was...

The changing face of a classic

Tapada do Chaves is one of the most venerable names in Alentejo wine, the first producer to ever bring any recognition to the micro-region of Portalegre in...

Stepping aside from the Iberian producers that are the mainstay of the Algarve Wine Society’s programme, on Tuesday January 16, members savoured something different: a varied tasting from South...

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