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Best to make reservations as hours/ tastings are limited. That being said the small museum of farm implements was interesting and fun to look at but wasn’t worth the special trip to see it unless you were going to have a tasting. For 10€ you...More
We toured the small museum which recreates traditional Pico homes and workshops. An eclectic range of domestic and trade utensils and tools have been assembled. The charming staff are full of enthusiasm and make the visit a delight. Tasting of wines and liqueurs takes place...More
Not large but excellent assortment of quality handmade Azores gifts. Good collection of tools, most woodworking and farming, used locally over the past 3-5 generations or more. W\If these are not enough, then stop for the wine tasting. I did no try ay of the...More
Enjoyed this place immensely. Very good signage to find place. Have to note that many places are hard to find in Pico. We arrived and had a notice to ring bell. We did, and waited about 5 minutes then I rang bell again and someone...More
This was a lovely place to stop on a Monday when lots of other museums and things are closed on Pico. Christina spent lots of time with us and another couple letting us taste wines and liqueurs and talking to us about Azorean culture. It...More
This is a small family-owned winery making a couple of solid wines and many flavored liquors and brandy (don't miss the fennel and neveda liquors). Warm and welcoming atmosphere in the tasting room. It's a must see!
We visited on Sunday, October 16. With special consideration the proprietor opened for us. His collection in his museum is very special and well worth seeing how work was done a few decades ago. The cottage winery also very interesting to learn about and the...More