Wines Of Portugal
On April 23rd more than 30 wineries from all of Portugal's main wine regions will converge on Miami. You may not know that Portugal has about 500 native kinds of grapes, or that Lusitania, an ancient Roman province in present-day Portugal, may have been named for Luso, son/companion of Bacchus, god of wine and feast, at least according to Wikipedia. But forget the trivia, here're the facts.
More than 200 wines will be present for your sampling pleasure. From the whites of Vinho Verde to the reds of Douro, to Alentejos new offerings, you can get in on the action for $35 presale or $50 at the door. Purchase tickets online by clicking here.
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