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Visited a bakery first to try some of the 4-cornered bread unique to this area and then the museum. Well laid out and exhibits are labeled in both English and Portuguese. I tried my hand at identifying the aromas in various ports ... only got...More
I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the history of wine and bread making in this region. The tour guide was very experienced and friendly. I would recommend this tour. We also enjoyed an earlier stop at a local bake shop noted for their making of oven...More
A small museum about the bread and Moscatel wine. The museum tells history of the local area and how they came to coop the winery’s to make the Moscatel wine. We had visited a bakery before the museum which helped us understand the information about...More
The Bread and local wine (Moscatel) Museum was a nice short visit where we learned the history of four corner bread making and the making of the local Appertif, Moscatel, a fortified wine.
There are displays in English and Portuguese. The cost of entry is...More
Visited this small, but very informative museum while on a walk which took us through Favaios. The host was very welcoming and explained what would be in each of the ‘rooms’. We learned about the history and uniqueness of the local area and the production...More
The small museum in Favaios focuses on local Bread and Wine, particularly the 4 cornered loaf and moscatel wine. We had earlier visited one of the local bakeries which was a really nice experience and were to go on to visit a couple of the...More
This modern museum built behind a preserved façade has well displayed, interesting artefacts depicting the bread and wine making that this village is famous for. Our guide was excellent and interspersed her explanations with stories about the history of the village and her own life...More
This small village has an amazing history. The museum provides informative displays, including interactive options. They are very proud of what they accomplish as a cooperative community, as they should be.
We had a great visit at the Bread and Wine Museum.
First of all, the exhibits and (especially about bread making) videos were very informative. In clear, easy-to-understand language, they laid out the history of agriculture in the area, as well as the processes for...More