7 People
€79 /pp
6 People
€84 /pp
5 People
€92 /pp
4 People
€103 /pp
3 People
€116 /pp
2 People*
€146 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People
© Copyright 2019 Precious Time - Tour Designers - All Rights Reserved - JCBOTO WebDesign

Duration: 4 Hours

Location: All Algarve

Price from: €79/pp

Availability: Monday to Saturday

Tour Highlights

Discover the secrets of wine making

Enjoy special views in a fabulous enviroment

Use all your senses in the wine taste and tapas

This Tour Includes

The visit to a wine producer

Guided tour of the farm

The wine taste and tapas

Bottled water and a map

Not Included

Lunch.

Did

you

know

that

the

first

vines

in

the

Algarve

were

planted

around

2000

BC

?

And that the Algarve has an excellent terroir for growing vines ?

On

this

wine

tour

we’ll

visit

the

closest

winery

to

the

area

where

you’re

staying

so

you’ll

use

more

time

to

learn

and

taste

than

on

the

road.

And

we

have

34

wine

producers to choose from!

Wine

making

is

a

natural

process

that

requires

little

human

intervention,

but

each

wine

maker

guides

the

process

through

different

techniques.

In

general,

there

are

five

basic

components

of

the

wine

making

process:

harvesting,

crushing

and

pressing,

fermentation,

clarification,

and

aging

and

bottling.

Wine

makers

typically

follow

these

five

steps

but

add

variations

and

deviations

along

the

way

to make their wine unique.

Viticulture

has

existed

on

the

Iberian

Peninsula

for

thousands

of

years.

The

Tartessians,

an

ancient

civilization

based

at

Tartessos

in

modern-day

Andalusia,

are

believed

to

have

been

the

first

to

plant

vines

in

the

Algarve,

around

2000

BC.

Later,

the

Phoenicians

brought

with

them

grape

varieties

and

winemaking

techniques.

The

Greeks,

too,

cultivated

vineyards

and

furthered

the

advance

of

viticulture in Portugal, as did the Romans.

The

demarcated

region

of

the

Algarve

dates

back

to

1980,

but

for

a

long

time

the

vines

have

been

abandoned,

neglecting

the

genetic

inheritance

of

old

grape

varieties. Now it’s time to preserve and protect.

You

and

your

group

will

embark

on

a

four-hour

tour

into

one

of

the

local

farms.

Once

there,

in

a

beautiful

setting

,

the

tour

starts

showing

you

the

farm, the winery and the wine cellar followed by a tasting and tapas.

On

the

way

there

is

always

a

village,

a

historical

town

or

astonishing

country scenery to make the experience even more unforgettable.

Time to relax and let someone do the drive!

Sights of This Tour

How To Become an Expert  How To Become an Expert 
Price
Book now See available dates and times Book now Contact Us Before  Contact Us Before       
RNAAT 430/2015

Wine tasting & Tapas

+351 917 217 778
© Copyright 2019 Precious Time - Tour Designers - All Rights Reserved - JCBOTO WebDesign
7 People
€79 /pp
6 People
€84 /pp
5 People
€92 /pp
4 People
€103 /pp
3 People
€116 /pp
2 People*
€146 /pp

Minimum*

Number of People

Duration: 4 Hours

Location: All Algarve

Price from: €79/pp

Availability: Monday to Saturday

Tour Highlights

Discover the secrets of wine making

Enjoy special views in a fabulous enviroment

Use all your senses in the wine taste and tapas

This Tour Includes

The visit to a wine producer

Guided tour of the farm

The wine taste and tapas

Bottled water and a map

Not Included

Lunch.

Did

you

know

that

the

first

vines

in

the

Algarve

were

planted

around

2000

BC

?

And that the Algarve has an excellent terroir for growing vines ?

On

this

wine

tour

we’ll

visit

the

closest

winery

to

the

area

where

you’re

staying

so

you’ll

use

more

time

to

learn

and

taste

than

on

the

road.

And

we

have

34

wine

producers to choose from!

Wine

making

is

a

natural

process

that

requires

little

human

intervention,

but

each

wine

maker

guides

the

process

through

different

techniques.

In

general,

there

are

five

basic

components

of

the

wine

making

process:

harvesting,

crushing

and

pressing,

fermentation,

clarification,

and

aging

and

bottling.

Wine

makers

typically

follow

these

five

steps

but

add

variations

and

deviations

along

the

way

to make their wine unique.

Viticulture

has

existed

on

the

Iberian

Peninsula

for

thousands

of

years.

The

Tartessians,

an

ancient

civilization

based

at

Tartessos

in

modern-day

Andalusia,

are

believed

to

have

been

the

first

to

plant

vines

in

the

Algarve,

around

2000

BC.

Later,

the

Phoenicians

brought

with

them

grape

varieties

and

winemaking

techniques.

The

Greeks,

too,

cultivated

vineyards

and

furthered

the

advance

of

viticulture in Portugal, as did the Romans.

The

demarcated

region

of

the

Algarve

dates

back

to

1980,

but

for

a

long

time

the

vines

have

been

abandoned,

neglecting

the

genetic

inheritance

of

old

grape

varieties. Now it’s time to preserve and protect.

You

and

your

group

will

embark

on

a

four-hour

tour

into

one

of

the

local

farms.

Once

there,

in

a

beautiful

setting

,

the

tour

starts

showing

you

the

farm, the winery and the wine cellar followed by a tasting and tapas.

On

the

way

there

is

always

a

village,

a

historical

town

or

astonishing

country scenery to make the experience even more unforgettable.

Time to relax and let someone do the drive!

Sights of This Tour

How To Become an Expert  How To Become an Expert 
Price
Book now See available dates and times Contact Us Before  Contact Us Before 
     
RNAAT 430/2015

Wine tasting & Tapas