Definitions for "Lagar"
Portuguese The traditional open, low-sided rectangular stone vessel in which grapes are crushed by means of barefoot treading. Associated chiefly with port and madeira, this quaint and colourful, if unhygienic, practice has been in decline for many years due to rising labour costs and the availability of modern vinification alternatives.
(Portugal, Spain) Not a misspelling of a popular style of beer, rather a traditional stone trough where grapes are crushed underfoot.
A shallow, rectangular open vat used in Portugal and Spain for treading Port grapes. "Lagar" or the plural "lagares" sometimes features in wine or estate names.
Keywords:  winepress, olive, press, apple, oil
A wine, olive, or apple press.
winepress; oil press