New Algarve wine route presented with a wine tourism itinerary

Official presentation at a partner hotel, followed by a wine tour

The new Algarve Wine Route, now called Algarve Wine Tourism, was presented by the Algarve Wine Commission, «with the aim of affirming the Algarve in the panorama of national wine regions».

The new project aims to guide the visitor through the Algarve, promoting the discovery of the region's wine, its producers and the richness and diversity of the territory.

After the launch of Algarve Wine Tourism at Wine & Travel week, in Porto, in February, and at BTL, in Lisbon, at the beginning of March, the presentation took place on the 23rd of March, at the Hotel PortoBay Falésia, in Albufeira, partner of Algarve Wines and the new Algarve Wine Route.




The session was attended by official entities (CCDR Algarve, Regional Directorate for Agriculture and Fisheries, Algarve Tourism Region) and representatives of Municipalities and regional and national Associations, as well as the media. There were several producers who insisted on being present on the presentation program.

After the official presentation and delivery of the Algarve Wine Tourism membership card to the Hotel Porto Bay Falésia, there was a visit and lunch at Quinta da Tôr, in Loulé, and finally, a visit to Quinta do Canhoto, in Albufeira, having been awarded to both farms the plaque of adhesion to the new Route of Wines of the Algarve.

To end the day's program, a special tasting was held with the theme “Negra Mole – The expression of a terroir”, led by sommelier Miguel Martins.

Algarve Wine Tourism is the route that combines wines and experiences from the Algarve region.

Implemented by the Algarve Wine Commission and launched in February 2022, the route currently includes more than two dozen wine producers with proposed activities, divided into three categories, linked to wine: Gastronomy, Leisure and Heritage.