3-hours food & wine tasting tour of Porto
Learn about grape varieties and Porto’s culinary heritage
Taste traditional Portuguese dishes like Bifana & Pataniscas
Sample 5 local wines carefully selected by your sommelier
Small-group tour limited to 10 people
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Professional sommelier to guide you in a culinary journey of food and wine
3.5 hours walking tour of the Old Town of Porto including the main highlights
A full meal of regional food, wines and dessert
5 different Wines including whites, reds and Port wines.
Small Group tour of max 10 people to ensure a personalized experience
Bifana (pork sandwich), Pataniscas (codfish fritters), Alheira (meat sausage), Charcuterie board
Handmade Chocolate paired with Porto wine as dessert
Food or beverages other than specified
Hotel pick up or transfer
What you can expect
The best way to understand the culture of a country is to deep into its food & wine heritage. In Portugal you find hundreds of little-known grape varieties that grow nowhere else in the world.
Discover its great variety of wines with a professional sommelier through multiple stops in a food and wine journey through Porto’s Old Town, tasting regional specialities paired with local wines. carefully selected to enhance the mixture of flavours and to surprise your palate.
Learn Porto’s food & wine culture, enjoy a full lunch of delicious dishes paired with local wines.
This introduction to Portugal's culinary and wine scene tour, includes:
Bifana (seasoned pork sandwich) paired with a light, fresh and effervescent wine from Portugal’s most distinctive wine region, Vinho Verde.
Local charcuterie plate paired with an indigenous Douro Valley variety called Viosinho, a full-bodied but fresh, fragrant, well-balanced wine.
Alheira dish (a flavorful sausage made with meat, bread and spices) paired with a powerful full-bodied red from one of Portugal’s most important wine regions, the Dão.
Pataniscas de Bacalhau (cod fish fritters) paired with a fresh and invigorating Alvarinho, a northern Portuguese grape that is irresistibly aromatic with hints of lemon zest twined with pear and white peach fruit.
Sample many outstanding wines from Portugal’s best wine regions carefully selected by your personal sommelier.
Enjoy the sunset by the Douro River, one of the most enchanting views of the city. End with a sweet touch, taste handmade chocolate paired with the Portugal’s most famous wine, the Port wine. Feel the floral fruits of this sweet red wine that gives the perfect touch to the custard tart.
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