When you think of Porto, Portugal’s second city, the first things that come to mind are probably azulejos adorning every street, impressive bridges traversing Douro river, pasteis de nata and – of course – Port.
But for too long, one of Porto’s key cultural exports has been overlooked – despite regions like the Douro Valley often being cited among the global heavyweights. What we’re talking about, of course, is wine – or more specifically, wine that isn’t Port.
It’s no secret that Europe produces some of the finest wines in the world. From the rolling vineyards of Bordeaux to the picturesque plateaus of Piedmont, winemaking is a key part of European
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