Golden Grape Wine Tasting Tour

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Enjoy the best golden grape wine at a farm near Lisbon

Enjoy the best golden grape wine as you visit a farm in Cartaxo (30 minutes from Lisbon) on this wine tasting tour. Book now!

What is included:

  • Arrival to the farm and welcome by the producer
  • Presentation of the history of the winery
  • Visit the winery
  • Tasting of three to four wines and liqueur wines (Porto Wine, Madeira Wine, Muscat)
  • Workshop of homemade bread or confection of homemade sweets
  • Lunch (typical dish of the region, torricado, or baked salted codfish or rabbit )

Minimum party of two required to book

Our producer

Golden Grape Farm has been the scene of battles during the French invasions and has three decades of history of wine production.

The winery has been designed to work the old-fashioned wines with the latest technology. The best grapes ferment in traditional granite wineries. Through the process of maceration and reassembly, with the traditional step on foot, it is possible to extract the compounds of the grape that most interest winemakers.

Aware of the responsibility and the environmental impact of the farm, the grapes are organic, without the use of chemicals. Vineyards, orchards, olive groves, and hives fit into a biological production mode, resulting in wine, olive oil, and honey with intense and exquisite flavours.

Here the tradition of old-fashioned wine is kept alive. With the technique that the Romans brought over 2.000 years ago, we produce wine from amphora, better known in the Alentejo region as wine to the carving.

The main varieties are Castelão, Touriga Nacional, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tinta Roriz, Alicante Bouschet, and Syrah.

Tradition says that the end of the harvest should be celebrated with Adiafa — the banquet of the workers — and the Caramelas Ball — where boys used to date girls who arrived at Ribatejo and ended up marrying and staying at these stops.

You finish this day with a wealth of knowledge about production techniques, history, and the freshness, intensity, and variety that quality wine can offer.

About the region

Cartaxo region is known for simple, fruity red, and white wines. The big welcome card of this municipality is the production of quality wines, and this is why it calls itself the Capital of Wine.

Here you can learn about vineyards, soils, wine producing, and wine tasting. You also experience contact with the Lusitano horses, typical from the region and the pride of Portugal.