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Wines of Portugal
Portugal's wines are extremely diverse and multifaceted. Due to an immense number of autochthonous grape varieties, different climatic and geological conditions and individual philosophies of the producers, an astonishing range of different wines...
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The common feature of Port, Madeira and the Moscatels de Setúbal and do Douro is fortification - stopping the fermentation by adding high-proof alcohol. The differences result from the use of different grape varieties, which grow on different...
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What in France is Cremant, in Spain Cava and in Germany Sekt, is in Portugal Espumante. Beside some Pét Nat (Pétillant Naturel) you will find on portwine.de only Espumantes, which have been produced in traditional bottle fermentation.
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In Portuguese, Aguardente is used to describe distillates - usually with an alcohol content of between 40 and 50 percent by volume - that are distilled from wine (Aguardente Vinica), pomace (Aguardente Bagaceira) or other fruits. The word...
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specialities from Portugal
Olive oil, which is often of very high quality and consumed in large quantities in the country, is little known outside Portugal. The salinas on the Portuguese coast, which produce an excellent sea salt, were once famous throughout Europe. Only...
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Our events are wine & dines and winemaker's dinners in friendly restaurants, in-house fairs, theme evenings and seminars in the Weingalerie or we go for example with the WeinBund Berlin Sekt in the City or to the cinema or exhibit with our...
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We have designed our blog as an information center. In addition to press articles about us and our wines, you will find here numerous information and interesting facts about Portugal's wine world.
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