Portugal with its diverse soils and climates has much to stimulate the taste buds. Starting in the north with the crisp fresh whites of Vinho Verde, moving southwards to the Burgundian red styles of the Dao and finally to the Alentejo with its big juicy rich ripe reds.
Our association with Portuguese wine began as early as 1386 when Portugal and England signed the Treaty of Windsor which fostered close diplomatic relations between the two countries. The 1703 Methuen Treaty furthered advanced English economic interest in Portugal by reducing tariffs and giving Portuguese wines preferential treatment in the British wine market over French wines.
Join Tom Selby- Edge takes us back to a forgotten time and to uncork Portugal's treasure trove of delights.
Tickets £30 per person and none refundable