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A curated 1-Day experience will lead you into the charms of Lisbon's wine Region and Óbidos Village, just outside the hassle of the city center.
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This full-day experience was designed for you to unfold one of the best-kept secrets of the Lisbon area - its beautiful wine region. Meet the most emblematic wine producers in the region during two premium exclusive visits and let the authentic Portuguese gastronomy paired with the finest wines indulge your senses. For a complete adventure in the Lisbon region, discover the charming medieval village of Óbidos in an exclusive carriage ride, that will make you travel back in time. This wonderful experience includes also a visit to a charming House-Palace dated from the XVI century, and its private botanical collection - an unmissable opportunity to get to know a bit more about Portugal.
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If a rewarding day is to stroll ancient paths as time stands still and to savor flavors of a foreigner cuisine, this is meant for you.
Pick-up and Drop-Off in Lisbon
English speaking Chauffeur in a superior range Mercedes vehicle for the entire duration of the tour
2 Private Guided visit with Premium Wine Tasting at 2 of the most renowned Lisbon Wine Region's wine producers
1 Private experience at a working windmill
1 Lunch with pre-set menu and drinks at Chocapalha's family house
1 Private Scenic Horse Carriage along Óbidos village
Toast of Ginjinha
All the insurances required by Turismo de Portugal
Day Day 1 A day to remember at Lisbon most impressive places
Pick-up in Lisbon by an English speaking Chauffeur in a deluxe vehicle Mercedes.
You will discover Quinta da Chocapalha. One of the best-kept secrets in Portugal today, Chocapalha has been at the forefront of the Portuguese revolution in winemaking. The Winery is located in the surroundings of Aldeia Galega and it spreads over the sunny hills of Alenquer, a Delimited Region in the northwest of Lisboa. Its historical and excellent vineyards are known since the 16th century and have belonged to Diogo Duff, a brave Scottish man who received the "Tower and Sword" insignia, given by King João VI.The introduction of new cultivation methods has allowed the family to consolidate the quality and reputation of their wines. Visit the vineyards, wine and barrique cellar, 4 wine tasting including tops range, accompanied with cheese, typical charcuterie and toasts. Then, lunch will be served at the family house. The visitors are always received and accompanied by a Chocapalha family member.
After Lunch, you will find Quinta do Gradil. It is thought that the Marquis of Pombal would have acquired the Quinta do Gradil in 1760, although the earliest references date back to 1492, the year of the document that D. Martinho de Noronha received from the King João II, the donation letter of the jurisdiction and rents of the Cadaval County and Quinta do Gradil. In the 90s, Luis Vieira acquires the Quinta to Sampaio de Oliveira and, since then, the modernization of the winery and existing vineyards has begun. Arriving at Quinta do Gradil you will know some of the stories of the Marquis and will observe the magnificent landscape of vineyards that surrounds the Winery. Then, you will sit at the table where you will have the opportunity to taste 5 of the main wines from Quinta do Gradil harmonized with a delicious board of cheeses and sausages, with regional bread. With your driver assistance, you will head to Avis windmill, in the Montejunto Mountains, where you will learn, with the owner of the windmill, about the endogenous cereals and assist the operation of a working windmill, by opening sails, stretching the ropes, placing the wheat on the millstone and assist to the production of flour.
Your last experience will be at the medieval village of Óbidos. The medieval village is one of the most picturesque and well preserved in Portugal, prospered after being chosen by the royal family, King Dinis offered it to his wife, Queen Isabel in the 13th century, you will find a well-preserved castle within the walls and a maze of streets and white houses. You will feel like you are in a fairytale while having a ride in a horse carriage that will take you back in time. A magnificent day between Palaces, Wineries and medieval villages finishing with a classic toast of Óbidos Ginjinha.
Drop-off in Lisbon.
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