- published: 10 Dec 2016
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Friends from abroad keep asking me for short videos around my farm here in Portugal, Castelo Branco area, so here is the first one. More to come. Quinta de Cima eco farm Castelo Branco Portugal http://www.essenceoftheseasons.com
My Cheesy Goat Farm explores the life of a goat farmer in Portugal. We learn how Manfred the farmer has established his self sufficient organic farm and how he makes his delicious goats cheese. https://auroraseye.wordpress.com
Beware of organic titles .
More on : www.theeatingtales.com www.facebook.com/veraelentari The episode Shake The Hand That Feeds you is a short introduction to sustainable farming in Portugal and it is a small piece growing awareness about organic farming and how the general public may have access to organic produce for fair prices. Portugal is a country of farmers that for different reasons came under a sleepy spell and gradually stopped farming the land. But we are now seeing a phenomenon. The young adults are going back to claim the land and cosmopolitan youths are rediscovering farming and they are bringing to the table their new knowledge brought by higher education. The economical crisis was one of the main trigger for this "back to the roots" philosophy when it was clear the traditional system was not go...
Organic grape growing in the Dão region of Portugal is a new phenomenon according to Sara Dionisio of Casa de Mouraz. She explains some of the history of organic farming in the region and their biggest issues, particularly fighting botrytis. See all of our videos with Sara and Casa de Mouraz: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_J1HEgsJsBZDIcUFa4YrK_A Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/askawinemaker?ref=hl Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/askawinemaker @askawinemaker. www.askawinemaker.com
Organic market,local produce,fruit,vegetables and some live animals,mainly just these chicks and some rabbits,every Saturday worth a visit
This is my New Favorite Rose Wine from Portugal! I am reviewing it for the first time in this video. Highly Recommend it! #organic #yeswayrose #rose #portugal My biggest recommendation for those of you who wants to know more about wine is to taste many different styles. Try something new as often as you can! This one is absolutely a new one for me. Don't take wine to seriously. It should be available for anyone (at the legal drinking age) to be enjoyed. No matter status or gender! Travel and taste well! Kanpai! All the ratings and reactions are from my own point of view, and I believe that smell and taste is subjective. Full tasting notes at my Vivino - https://www.vivino.com/users/michael_henri/latest Here is another video you might like ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz8eF4Fo9r4 S...
It's our second day here in Lisbon and this time we have the whole day to explore this amazing city. First we are going to explore Baixa an elegant district, primarily constructed after the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. The current grid pattern strongly differs from the organic streetplan that characterised the district before the earthquake. After that we are moving on to Alfama and take a ride with Tram 28. Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon, spreading on the slope between the São Jorge Castle and the Tejo river. The district contains many important historical attractions, as well as an abundance of Fado bars and restaurants. Overlooking Alfama is the mediaeval Castle of São Jorge which is offering the best views of the city. Visit our Patreon Page: ►https://www.patreon.com/tatravelvlogs...