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Latest entries about portuguese wine

5 Must Visit Wine Shops in Lisbon

written by Catherine Fisher | 31st May 2016

Several years ago, I would frequently visit a delightful independent wine shop, sandwiched between a bakery and a cheese store, during my evening commute from university. Unable to differentiate between a Chardonnay and a Champagne, it made for a fabulous break from my law studies, as well as a kickstart to my wine education! Despite not having tons of money to spend on wine,...

Our Expat Holiday in Portugal!

written by Gabriella Opaz | 24th December 2015

As an immigrant living on the other side of the world, the Holidays conjure up nostalgia, a desire to be close to the people you love. It’s a feeling of longing, of saudades, imagining my Dad’s tight loving embrace, the gentle sound of Beethoven floating across the living room, and the rich, intoxicating aroma of roast beef. I LIVE for...
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Lisbon Culinary Experience

Meet the passionate people crafting old-school Portuguese food deep inside Lisbon’s traditional neighborhoods. Visit the traditional hole-in-the-wall bakeries famed for their...

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Lisbon Day Trip: Azeitão / Palmela

Your relaxing day trip to Azeitão and Palmela in the region of Setubal, will not only only take you to...

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Lisbon Day Trip: Sesimbra / Azeitão

Just south of Lisbon, across the Tagus River estuary, you’ll visit the extraordinary villages of Sesimbra and Azeitão, renown for...

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Dinner in Viseu: Chewing Over Identity

written by Sonia Nolasco | 25th November 2015

Though it had been one of the rainiest and foggiest weeks I had ever spent in Portugal, on this particular day, the dreariness gave new meaning to the word “melancholy.” In no way was this suicidal ambiance any match for my mission to discover! I was booked for a trip to Viseu and absolutely nothing was going to deter...

Michelin Chef Elevates Rustic Portuguese Cuisine in Manhattan

written by Sonia Nolasco | 18th November 2015

There’s a little slice of Lisbon’s vibrant food scene in New York City these days thanks to Michelin star Chef George Mendes. For anybody that’s been to Lisbon lately, you’ll instantly pick up on the similarities between the haute cuisine hotspots chefs like José Avillez have created in the recent past with his acclaimed Belcanto and several modern reinterpretations...

Discovering Dão Wines: The Burgundy of Portugal

written by Catherine Fisher | 28th September 2015

It was a cool Lisbon summer night with a near-full moon, a breeze coming in from the Tagus River and friends coming over for dinner, life felt pretty good. Dinner parties happen to be one of my favorite pastimes, and Pete and I tend to make a solid team when it comes to hosting them (he feels strongly about...

The Undiscovered Inland Cuisine of Portugal – Part III

written by Sonia Nolasco | 10th August 2015

In this last installment of our three-part series on the undiscovered inland foods of Portugal (Part I & Part II), we pick apart the fruits that give the country some of its most luscious cherries and pears as well as premium olive oil. And though it’s one of the lesser known wine regions of the Portugal, there’s plenty to...
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