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Campolargo Termeao Passaro 2008  750ML

Campolargo Termeao Passaro 2008 750ML

What is Port Wine? http://winefolly.com/review/what-is-port-wine/

What is Port Wine

Port is a sweet red fortified wine from Portugal. Port is most commonly enjoyed as a dessert wine because it is rich and sweet. There are several styles of Port, including red, white, rosé and an aged style called Tawny

With the summer coming to an end, it's time to start fantasizing about travel. How about the Portuguese wine regions of Madeira & Minho? Thanks to my guest blogger Andy Snow for this great article. Enjoy!

There are lots of different regions producing their own speciality wines across Portugal, each using its location and the unique conditions of its region to make a unique wine.

Extended tasting note: Brooks Ara Riesling 2008 and Brooks Janus 2008 Willamette Valley Oregon

In Madeira with Blandy’s I’m in Madeira. Funchal Tasting at Blandy’s wine lodge The reason? To find out about Madeira wine, with the.

PORTUGAL: Pastéis de Bacalhau, typical and traditional Portuguese food that you are likely to find on a PORTUGUESE FOOD TOUR from Viator. Find out more at: http://www.allaboutcuisines.com/food-tours/portugal/in/portugal #Food Tours Portugal #Travel Portugal #Portuguese Food

Portugal Food Tours in Portugal

PORTUGAL: Pastéis de Bacalhau, typical and traditional Portuguese food that you…

Esporão Reserva Red 2009 - This red is a classic wine from the Alentejo region of Portugal and is made from the grape varieties Aragonez, Trincadeira, Alicante Bouschet and Cabernet Sauvignon. Deep, dark red in color, this wine has intense, lifted aromas of ripe red berry fruits and well integrated new oak giving hints of chocolate and vanilla. On the palate the wine is well balanced and elegant, with layers of ripe fruit and fine supportive tannins. $24.99

Esporão Reserva Red 2009 - This red is a classic wine from the Alentejo region…

10 Things to do in Porto, Portugal (don't miss any of them!)

10 Things To Do In Porto Portugal

The Douro Valley is one of Portugal's best wine-growing regions. Image courtesy of Jsome 1 on Flickr.

Now we are in the Douro Valley, famous for the vineyards and wine, expecially Porto. I'm feeling at home 'cause I live in a similar valley in Italy (Piedmont)

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