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Ask a room full of people why they don’t travel more, you’ll almost certainly come across one common answer: it’s too expensive. Sure, biting the bullet to buy a train ticket and a hotel room ...
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Mention Madeira, and many people can’t locate it on a map, or they think that Madeira is a sleepy backwater. Although life on this subtropical Portuguese island moves at a relaxed pace, Madeira offers plenty ...
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Portugal is a must-visit location if you’re looking for breathtaking beaches, incredible culture, and some of the best food and wine in the world. Many people think of Italy, France, or Spain when considering sunny ...
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If you’re anything like the team here at Winetraveler, you love wine, food, Europe, and a trip to the beach. Believe it or not, it is possible to combine all your favorite things into one ...
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Sarah Phillips recommends some of her favorite unique wine experiences and asks other #Winetravelers to share theirs. Let us know the most interesting moments you’ve encountered at wineries in the comment section at the end ...
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If you’re daydreaming of a summer getaway to Europe, make it a reality. Although many of the continent’s larger cities are plagued with sweltering heat, plan to cool off in the waters of the Mediterranean, ...
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Europe is the land of castles. All throughout the continent, you can visit, drink wine and even spend the night in many of these medieval structures. With over 2,500 hundred alone in Spain, 1000 in ...
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Taylor’s is an Iconic name for port wines, with 325 years of history, an independent company in which some family members play a leading role in all areas of the winery’s activity. Taylor’s is also ...
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A magnificent building that is full of history, the Port House of Sandeman has been used for more than two centuries to age the world’s most recognized Porto wines inside hundreds of wooden casks and ...
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Graham’s has always been a pioneer. Graham’s was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal’s Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation ...