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There are lots of different regions producing their own speciality wines across Portugal, each using its location and the unique conditions of its region to make a unique wine. It is useful then to know where the different wine producing regions are. We have taken what we know about regional Portugal and made this map for you, so next time you wonder where that Portuguese Pinot noir actually comes from you know exactly where to look!

from BBC Good Food

Stollen mince pies

Two festive giants collide in these shortcrust pastry bakes with marzipan, Madeira cake and mincemeat

from Wine Folly

What is Madeira Wine

Madeira: a fortified wine in a range of dry to sweet styles. Madeira’s unique taste comes from repeatedly heating the wine, which creates flavors of roasted nuts, stewed fruit, caramel, and toffee. Dry styles (Sercial, Verdelho) are served chilled with starter courses; sweeter styles are served after dinner.. | Wine Folly


Celebrating British food and culture: Madeira cake to get you through the busy days. Originates from the 19th century to accompany a glass of madeira and other sweet wines, recipe here


Madeira Wine (Portugal). 'Madeira is a fortified wine, produced in the Madeira Islands; varieties may be sweet or dry. It has a history dating back to the Age of Exploration when Madeira was a standard port of call for ships heading to the New World or East Indies.'

from Chew Out Loud

Chicken Madeira (Cheesecake Factory Copycat)

This Chicken Madeira recipe is tender and exploding with flavor. The sauce is irresistible. It's savory, slightly sweet, complex, yet so easy to make.

from The Telegraph

Madeira, Portugal: the most enviable island on earth?

Madeira, Portugal: the most enviable island on earth? | Via The Telegraph | 9/03/2015 Gavin Bell is seduced by the charms of Madeira, while Andrew Purvis enjoys a day trip from Funchal to Porto Santo