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Tag Archives: Portugal

Masks and Wines in Lisbon

We love stumbling upon the unexpected. In fact, that is the story of our life. Our best friends were for the most part all made this way, and our best memories have been created when things happen to us by chance. Such is the case with today’s podcast/story. Wandering back […]

Grape Profile – Touriga Nacional

Help! I’ve got me self a glass full of violets! I do! I do! I think every wine writer/aficionado goes through moments where all of their notes seem to run together. Similar descriptors and textures make it appear that we’re tasting the same exact wine over and over again. Sometimes […]

Portugal’s Wine Demarcation

As a result of our recent trip to Portugal, we figured the best way to start off the month is by offering a basic road map to Portuguese wine. We have given you several articles in the past on the grape varietals, the Portuguese wine label and some specific wineries, […]

Catavino Heads to Lisbon!

Every country has their icons. Spain has flamenco and bull-fighting. England has stout and Shephard’s Pie, a combination that will leave you feeling heavier than your car and house combined! While Portugal has the mournful tear-jerking songs of fado, soccer stars like Eusébio, and the delicious but quickly dwindling white […]