A destination for modern Portuguese fare, this venue boasts more than 500 Portuguese wines. Hard-to-find back vintages provide rare pairing opportunities like ’88 Bical with carabineiro shrimp or ’85 Baga with arroz de pato (duck rice).
From The Sommelier: “Guests are always looking for unique and distinct wine experiences. They ask for the most ‘Portuguese authentic’ wines we can suggest. It’s always an exciting event to watch someone experience an aged clay amphora red wine or a cement tank-aged white wine for the first time!” —Carlos Carreira, Adega
Dish We Loved: Coelho Mouro: Rabbit terrine with pine nuts, pistachio, dried apricots and couscous salad