Portugal’s Wine Country

Portugal’s Wine Country
In 1756, Portugal’s Douro Valley was established as the world’s first protected wine-producing region, and is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even though less than 20 percent of the land is farmable, there are 155 different grape varieties grown in Portugal. Join Karine Hagen for a tour through the country’s rich viticultural heritage.

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3 comments

  1. Dockside Adventures says:

    Wine lovers will enjoy the Douro Valley’s changing landscapes & great wine. Plan a trip to Portugal on a great RIVER CRUISE & avail 2 for 1 pricing for 2014. Talk to Carol, Travel Agent, at (865)-307-3030

  2. medinalba says:

    ITS THE SAME IN SPAIN… same type of land of castles language, traditions  and character… with incredible wines. 

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