Art and Culture

Château Malromé

Steeped in history, artistic creation and gastronomy, Château Malromé is also the historical residence of the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Awarded the label "Maison des Illustres" in 2016, this 16th century castle celebrates the life and artwork of the illustrious painter. 

Bouche à Oreille

Bouche à Oreille - an ode to wines

To listen to wine, to taste words, “From mouth to ear” is a unique project, imagined and led by Marie Linder, wine specialist, and Mathieu Bessero-Belti, an actor.

Bird in Hand Winery, Adelaide Hills

Bird in Hand is a family owned winery located in the heart of the stunning Adelaide Hills just outside Woodside. The winery is well known by South Australian wine lovers for their fabulous selection of cool climate wines.  In addition to their talent and passion for producing fine wine, Bird in Hand also have a demonstrated track record of contributing to the local and international cultural arts scene.

Charles Krug Winery

In 1861, Charles Krug, the visionary father of Napa Valley winemaking, established the winery that started it all. The Mondavi family purchased the already iconic property in 1943 and for 75 years and four generations, they have transformed the great estate into a world-class hospitality center, renowned for its exceptional wines, stunning design, storied heritage and cultural events.

Museu & Enoteca 17.56

Real Companhia Velha’s Museum (Museu da 1ª Demarcação- Museum of the Oldest Appellation in the World), First Demarcated and Regulated Region of the World, has the mission of sharing with the general public the precious documentary and art collection, collected and preserved for more than 260 years, in line with the centuries-old history of a region today recognized as a World Heritage Site.

Caves Santa Marta

Caves Santa Marta is a Cooperative founded in 1959 in Santa Marta de Penaguião along EN2, in line with the tourism development plan of this Route approved by Turismo de Portugal. You can visit the old distillery of Casa do Douro, turned into a museum, with permanent exhibition of wine themes, featuring utensils linked to production, farming, old documents and a tasting room. 

Cockburn's Port Cellars

The impressive Cockburn’s cellars are the largest in the old quarter of the city, holding 6,518 seasoned oak barrels full of maturing Port, plus the equivalent of a further 10,056 barrels in larger oak vats. This priceless stock is essential for the creation of great wines, especially the famous Special Reserve. Visitors will learn that even with modern technology, there will never be an alternative to the traditional slow ageing of fine Port in well-seasoned oak.


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