Portuguese Wine | Catavino - Part 19
Catavino keeps you current not only with the remarkable wine developments in Spain and Portugal, two of the most dynamic wine producers on the planet, but you'll learn about food trends, new dishes and restaurants and the ancient and modern cultures on the Iberian Peninsula. And you may not notice it, but Catavino also happens to be one of smoothest designed websites you'll have the pleasure of visiting.
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Tag Archives: portuguese wine

Setúbal, Portugal: The Underrated Region

Ahh Setúbal. I honestly don’t believe that I’ve given this Portuguese city justice throughout my past articles with Catavino. For being one of my most frequented cities outside of Lisbon, I’ve only mentioned it as a logistical landmark in reference to other cities. But now it’s time to present you […]

Top 10 Portuguese Wines at Essencia do Vinho 2009

Last Thursday, we came to Essencia do Vinho to not only conduct our very first workshop on social media and blogging, but to also participate in the “Top 10 Vinhos Portuguesas”. But before we list the wines, we both want to make it clear that although these wines are considered […]

Catavino Tasting Portuguese Wines in Oporto at Essencia do Vinho

If you’ve been following us on Twitter (Catavino), you’re most likely savvy to the fact that we’re enjoying ourselves in the historic Palacio da Bolsa, while judging wines from across Portugal. This morning, with approximately 20 other judges, we tasted 10 whites from the 2007 vintage, 27 reds and 5 […]

Tourism = Explore, So Why Not Join Us On Our Adventures?

When we redesigned Catavino, we felt a need to expand our conversation, while allowing for a more diverse array of topics. One of our choices was to create a tourism category. We love helping to promote travel to Spain and Portugal, but in all fairness, almost everything we cover contains […]

Winner of the Catavino Q&A Contest

First off, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the Catavino Q&A Contest! We’ve received dozens of challenging, and highly imaginative, questions that will keep us knee-deep in research for months to come. We would also like to extend a big and hearty congratulations to Benjamin Rivard Rapoza, […]