For thousands of years, Portugal has not only made wine but has been very natural in its production. It wasn’t until well after WWII and even later in 75 when the dictatorship fell, that industrialization was affordable enough to become de rigueur, shifting the country to a more mainstream and quantity driven production. Today, with
We’ll explore their stories, and try to dispel some myths. We trust this experience will not only be eye-opening but that you’ll walk away with a newfound appreciation for Portugal’s winemaking talent.