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Azorean Wine Dinner at The Langham, Boston


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Join the Azores Promotion Board and SATA Airlines for an evening of culinary pairings at The Langham, Boston.

The evening features a four course Azorean dinner paired with fine Azorean wine and live Portuguese entertainment.

Tickets are now on sale! 
When: March 28, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm
Price: $165 per person or purchase a table of ten for $1,500

To purchase tickets please contact The Langham, Boston 
at (617) 451 1900 ext 7055

 

The planting of vineyards and the making of wine was introduced to the Azores not long after the first Portuguese arrived in these nine uninhabited islands in the 15th century. Today, the are DOC wines on three of Islands--Pico, Graciosa and Terceira (Biscoitos). Wine is also found on Santa Maria (São Lourenço) and on theI island of São Miguel in Caloura - the Vinho de Cheiro, which is a light red wine with a fragrant scent.

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