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Port Wine Museum

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Mercedes
Mercedes
October 26, 2019
You can appreciate the history of this famous wine through various illustrative panels of trade, get to know better the evolution of the bottles and various objects linked to the Porto wine as well as the entire wine region. The presentation of a film will make you aware of the many professions that…
Alexandre
Alexandre
May 10, 2018
Porto Wine is the most famous product from Porto. Really sweet and tasty, one must try it here! If you want to know its history, this is a great place to go.
Dino & Ines
Dino & Ines
April 30, 2018
... don't forget to know the history of Port Wine!
Fernanda
Fernanda
April 30, 2018
know the history of Port wine is a mandatory thing to do if you visit Porto.
Xana
Xana
April 12, 2018
The Port Wine is one of the most celebrated local produces of Porto, worldwide renowned for its quality. People interested in the history of this drink, as well as in the history of its commercialization and the impact of its industrial production on the economic development of the city should…

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Location
94 R. de Monchique
Porto, Porto 4050-394
Phone+351 22 207 6300
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 10:00 AM