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A gastronomic adventure in the Algarve
by Fernando Melo
There have been veritable quantum leaps in my Algarve history, and I have no hesitation in choosing the discovery of the fabulous Barrocal as the most extraordinary of all those I hold dear to my heart.
Alentejo is a land of bread and wine, of olive oil, of cork
by António Maçanita
The Alentejo is a land of bread and wine, of olive oil, of cork, among many other things. It's not one of those wine regions where you only see vines! And that is so great! We have sun and soil in abundance, it is water that is lacking and it is water that dictates the occupation of the territory.
by Ruben e António Honrado
Talha wine: a natural, genuine wine, produced through a handcrafted process in clay pots (Talhas) and which transmits, through its unique flavour, the history, culture, and tradition of our origins.
Diogo Beja's recommendations to experience Tagus Wines
by Diogo Beja
The return to the roots, the reunion spot and the true enthusiasm of a glass of Tejo wine
Dão, an open window to Portugal
by Diogo Rocha
Dão, abundant vineyards among green fields, mountains and valleys, rivers and streams, meetings of voices, people, wills and wishes, generous lands and open souls.
The Algarve of the beach, good aromas and flavours
by José Miguel Dentinho
One of the great advantages of a more intense life on the beach is that it works up an appetite. And in the Algarve there’s plenty of seafood to satisfy it.