Although feasible, I swear we are not spending our time on fish farming nor growing rice in our vineyards. The responsible for this scenery is the heavy rain that has been falling during the last weeks in the Douro. Even though it is absolutely necessary as the vines need to accumulate reserves for the upcoming hot Summer, there is a small problem: we haven’t started yet to pick up our olives and therefore our production of organic olive oil is threatened. Hopefully, sun will shine during the next days.
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