I tell you, Oporto is all about port wine and sardines.
Just name it, seafood.
Guided tour through the cellars of Ferreira.
Streetview from the port wine riverside.
Including the red mail box where I dropped the postcards.
None of them has reached their destination until now,
post really needs a loooong time nowadays!
Nice snack, seeds of lupine (?).
A must for all Porto visitors.
Seen in the market hall.
Seen at the seaside: sangria!
Visit to the AVELEDA winery.
First we had to take a local train, how exciting was that then!
The train departed from this beautiful train station: São Bento.
This family owned vineyard really has a nice setup.
Part of the deal was a tour through the wonderful, old garden.
The garden was like entering a fairytale.
A quick look into the "cellar".
Oh, the tasting hall was just for us four ...? Well for some time.
As you can see, our tasting deal began with a sparkling wine
and then, of course some port, with cheese and crackers.
Check for more details here:
And nata. Pastel de nata.
Portuguese custar tart. A must in Portugal.
Here the recipe (in Portugeis) sung by the Finnish artist AINO VENNA: