Lagoa’s Wine Tourism Forum brought together winemakers, tourism specialists, sommeliers, hotel managers, restaurant owners, and wine lovers to discuss and learn more about wine tourism..
Fermenting ideas Algarve wines are finally taking up more space on wine shop shelves and restaurant menus. As vine plantation increases, so do the number..
Portugal’s (not so) Green Wine Vinho Verde may mean “Green Wine” in English, but it is not green-coloured wine. Vinho Verde is the name of..
Dating back to 1880, Ervideira is an ever-evolving winery in the Alentejo The Alentejo. A land where traditions endure, wines are made in clay amphorae..
Set within a Phoenician river refuge, Arvad is a blossoming winery focused on nature and sustainable tourism In the north of Portugal, wine is often..
A toast to the notable, the up-and-coming and the almost forgotten Rich, unctuous and warming, fortified wines are the perfect pour at this time of..
I never thought I would see the day when I dedicate this column to an alcohol-free wine, but over Christmas I was sent a bottle..
Mosto Wine Shop & Bar offers visitors the opportunity to explore an “incredible range of grape varieties” and find their preferred wine taste Choosing a..
Made the ancient Roman way, amphora wine has become the new trend in the Alentejo’s winemaking community and beyond Centuries ago, the Romans modernised vine..
Unveiling some of the best Portuguese wines: the M.O.B label Any wine with the letters M.O.B. on the label is good, and some are excellent...
João Clara’s legacy: Passion, tradition and innovation come together under a boutique winery’s new roof Staying relevant while preserving tradition can be a conundrum in..
Last year’s event surpassed expectations Lagoa Wine Experiences, an event held for the first time in 2021 which opened the doors of local wine estates..