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A nine-island archipelago off the coast of Portugal that you’ve never heard of is home to one of the world’s most unusual wine regions.
This is probably because it looks nothing like a typical wine region.
The local council are trying to revive El Silbo; it is now a compulsory (and popular) subject in schools on the island.
The airport near Playa Santiago is served only by local planes from Tenerife Nord Airport.
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Some pictures are taken from these websites, and are believed to be free of rights, as long as no commercial use is intended.You can expect the original noble grape varieties of verdelho, arinto and terrantez.What’s remarkable isn’t just that grapes grow on Pico Island, but that they grow well, thanks to the adaptability of the first Flemish settlers.Pico Island’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed vineyards don’t have the rolling hills, leafy trees and endless fields of grapes that you’re used to.Instead, it looks like a volcano must have erupted yesterday. Pico Island is home to Mount Pico, Portugal’s highest mountain at 7,713 feet, and a stratovolcano whose last eruption was in 1718.