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Wine & Gastronomy
Portugal's Culinary and Wine Delights


Embark on a culinary adventure through Portugal’s rich flavors and traditions in our Wine & Gastronomy experience. From the lush vineyards producing world-renowned wines to the bustling kitchens serving up timeless Portuguese dishes, this journey is a feast for the senses. Delight in the art of wine-making, savor the intricacies of local cuisine, and immerse yourself in culinary workshops that bring Portugal’s gastronomic heritage to life. Whether you’re a foodie, a wine enthusiast, or just love to explore, Portugal’s Wine & Gastronomy landscape offers an unparalleled experience.


Wine Tasting and Vineyard Tours: Discover Portugal’s famed wine regions, from Douro Valley to Alentejo, and enjoy tastings of local varieties and exclusive vineyard tours.

Gastronomic Tours and Cooking Classes: Explore Portugal’s culinary delights through guided food tours and hands-on cooking classes featuring traditional recipes.

Food and Wine Pairing Experiences: Indulge in expertly curated food and wine pairing experiences, highlighting the harmony between local dishes and their wine counterparts.

Olive Oil Tastings: Experience the subtle flavors of Portuguese olive oils, a staple in the local cuisine, through guided tastings and visits to olive groves.

Culinary Workshops: Participate in workshops that delve into various aspects of Portuguese gastronomy, from cheese making to pastry baking.

Ideal for…

  • Foodies: Discover a variety of culinary delights.
  • Wine Lovers: Taste Portugal’s world-famous wines.
  • Culinary Adventurers: Explore regional dishes and cooking styles.

Must-Experience Flavors

  1. Douro Valley: Renowned for its Port wine and picturesque terraced vineyards.
  2. Lisbon: A hub for diverse gastronomic tours, offering a taste of urban culinary culture.
  3. Alentejo: Known for its robust wines, traditional bread, and olive oil.
  4. Porto: Famous for its Port wine cellars and rich, hearty cuisine.
  5. Madeira: Offers unique wine experiences and exotic culinary influences.

Did You Know?

Portugal's gastronomy is as diverse as its landscapes, offering a rich tapestry of flavors and experiences.

Tips for Visiting

  1. Book in Advance: Especially for popular tours and experiences.
  2. Dietary Restrictions: Inform tour guides or chefs of any dietary restrictions or allergies.
  3. Comfortable Attire: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing for tours that involve walking.
  4. Open Mind for New Flavors: Be ready to explore and savor new and unique tastes.
  5. Local Markets: Visit local markets if possible, for a more authentic experience.
  6. Enjoy Responsibly: Moderation is key, especially when sampling wines.

Price Guide

  • Wine Tasting and Vineyard Tours: Approximately €20 – €50 per person.
  • Gastronomic Tours and Cooking Classes: Around €30 – €100, varying by length and complexity.
  • Food and Wine Pairing Experiences: Typically €40 – €80 per person.
  • Olive Oil Tastings: About €15 – €35 per person.
  • Culinary Workshops: Ranging from €20 to €60, depending on the workshop

Best Time of the Year

Wine and gastronomy tours can be enjoyed all year round, with each season offering its unique flavors and dishes.


From the first sip of a vintage Porto to the last bite of a pastel de nata, Portugal’s Wine & Gastronomy journey is a tapestry of tastes and traditions waiting to be explored. It’s an experience where every meal tells a story, every wine uncovers a history, and every flavor invites you deeper into the heart of Portugal. As you depart from this culinary paradise, you’ll take with you not just souvenirs but also the flavors and memories that make Portugal’s gastronomic culture truly unforgettable.

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