Pair wines with Portugal’s famous Azeitao cheese, or visit the Herdade do Esporao estate in Reguengos de Monsaraz to sip award-winning oak-aged wines. At Quinta de Santana in Mafra, wines are served in the picturesque surroundings of rolling hills striped with vines, providing glimpses of the sea.
Of course, you don’t need to leave Lisbon to sample a good drop. The city’s atmospheric wine bars serve sparkling whites and ruby reds accompanied by Portuguese tapas like sausage and olives, or garlicky prawns and clams.
Reply by Viator, May 2013
Doing what: Lisbon Sunset Small-Group Walking Tour with Fado Performance
This was a great value...Sophia was a fantastic guide...very knowledgeable, engaged well with everyone and had a lovely personality. The final destination for the Fado was amaing...this was a real experience...the place was packed with people standing outside...however the tour has a reserved table and we had soup, bread, charitzo and potatoes along with wine...everything was tasty ...and the Fado was a true gem to listen to....This will be a definite repeat when we come back to Lisbon again!
Great start to our trip to Lisbon. We knew from day one that we HAD to have wine at every meal and what delicacies to focus on. Very knowledgeable tour guide, not just of the food and wine, but of the city and history. Great experience.