Archive for the Tag 'Roman'

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Amphoras as seen through the eyes of Portugal

As I’ve written previously, To Understand Portuguese Wines, One Must First Understand the People. I would add the word “history” to what must also be understood. I can now say this, most especially after having spent 10 days in Portugal last fall with Delfim Costa of Enoforum Wines. This has become abundantly clear to me. […]

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Wine Life Highlights ~ Portuguese Wines

I was very fortunate to be hired for a couple of years by Enoforum Wines to advocate for Portuguese wines. Part of my PR job actually took me to Portugal, so I could learn about their culture. Any civilized culture includes their wine history. Portugal’s wine culture took serious root, when the Romans invaded. These […]

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Amphoras Place in the History of Winemaking, As Seen in Alentejo, Portugal

As I’ve earlier written, To Understand Portuguese Wines, One Must First Understand the People. This continues to be my mantra today, to which I would add the word “history” to what must also be understood. I can now say this, most especially after having spent 10 days in Portugal last fall with Delfim Costa of […]

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Alentejo, a Wine Region of Exceptional Wines, That’s Growing by Leaps and Bounds

The historic town of Evora is a place that is wrapped in Roman history. This is an image of an aqueduct that was constructed by Romans, and today it is as sturdy as it was during the time of construction, when the Roman transported water from the north to this amazing town. This is the view from my […]