Generally speaking, food and drink in Portugal often focus on a wide selection of grilled fish and rich meaty stews and casseroles. Although as an alternative, join one of our food and drink tours for an authentic experience. As such, you’ll get to know other delicacies. such as the popular salted cod (bacalhau), often served with rice, potatoes and salad.
If you are a wine connoisseur then wherever you are visiting, wine tour may well be the food and drink experience for you. However, other than sampling fine wines, it could something you’ve not done before.
As such, we’ve put together a guide of what to expect when going on a wine tour. Including how to prepare for the day and some tips to help get you in the mood.
There are so many different types of foodie, however we like to think our food experiences have something for everyone. Although, it can sometimes be hard to follow which foodie you are! Especially when we no longer live in a world simply divided between meat-eaters and vegetarians. There are so many more things to consider, from allergies and intolerances to religious believes and personal lifestyle choices.
There are more countries producing wine nowadays than ever before, and vineyards are popping up in the least expected places. Even the Gobi Desert in the remote regions of Asia! As such, wine tours provide a fantastic insight into fine-wines from around the world.
Although, for the ultimate wine tour, the top three wine regions in the world have to be – Italy, France and Spain. In actual fact, these countries produce nearly half of the wine that is produced around the world.