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What’s a sensible wine investment?

Recently, someone commented negatively about something I had written about wine being an investment. “Why,” according tot his person, “would ANYONE want to invest in wine?” Well, one of those obvious reasons is that liquid investments DO pay off; most especially if it’s a rare wine, like a 1945 Margaux. this could take care of […]

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Adega Coop de Borba in the Alentejo Region of Portugal

Another day in the life with Enoforum Wines as my host, while enjoying The Wines of Portugal. Winemaker Óscar Gato of Adega Coop de Borba is based in the town of Borba, a municipality of the Évora District, in Portugal. As I’ve written earlier this week, to understand the people and their culture helps to […]