by Pam Baker
Many people bring home mementos from their travels – artwork, t-shirts, refrigerator magnets, specialty foods, even music. I bring home bottles of vino for my wine cellar. Twenty-nineteen was, for my husband and I, a year of travel. And because we love wine, from Portugal to France, New Zealand to Australia, Oregon, Washington, and California,
Porto, Portugal residents Anita Breland and Tom Fakler recommend pairing Portuguese food and wine with stunning vistas of river and sea, for a memory-making holiday in their hometown.
Tasting port wine in Graham's Vintage Room in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal with writer Anita Breland and photographer Tom Fakler.
by Judith Glynn
Travel writer Judith Glynn explores Ginja in Portugal, the country's cherry liqueur mainstay that today enjoys record popularity and is sold everywhere.