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Tag Archives: Portuguese music

Top 5 Ways to Enjoy the Autumn Rain

I’ll admit, there are times I desperately wish to transport myself back to Barcelona, to the autumn sun, to the calm beaches, to the lazy outdoor terraces. And it’s not because Barcelona is any better or worse than Porto, it’s because it’s simply…dry. Come autumn, Porto turns into a wicked stepchild, […]

A Casa Portuguesa: Slice of Portuguese Heaven in Barcelona

We love small businesses! We adore family run establishments that envelope you in their struggles, triumphs, heartbreaks and joy. It’s a rarity in a world being swallowed up by big chain conglomerates, and one that I’m thankful for everyday as I walk the streets of Barcelona, washed in a sea […]

Part 4: Music and Wine Pairings for Piano Concertos

Editor’s note: This article is part of an ongoing series covering classical music and Iberian wine pairings by Burt Frink. To understand its origins, and why Burt felt a series was required on the subject, please read his first piece. His second piece covered classical and chamber music, while his […]

Portuguese Wine and Fado: Music for the Soul

Editors note: From time to time, we enjoy looking outside of the bottle to see some of the cultural elements that surround wine, such as a sumptuous Galician meal piled high with seafood with the strangely appropriate melody of bagpipes in the background. Wine is more than a rating or […]