Visite cave porto

visite cave porto

Why visit caves Ferreira in Portugal?

Today, by visiting Caves Ferreira, you can discover a brand that is over 250 years old, the history of Port wine, and the Douro region. Espaço Porto Cruz offers more than Port wine tasting, it offers a full experience with the purpose of celebrating the culture of Port wine by associating modernity to tradition.

What to do in Porto for wine tours?

Caves Calém at Gaia waterfront is one of the most famous and most visited cellars for wine tours in Porto. Visits to Caves Calem include a guided tour to the cellar and its ancient traditions, followed by a tasting of Port wine - white and special reserve.

Where to find port wine cellars in Porto?

These Port wine cellars are all located across the river from the old city center of Porto and to get there you only need to cross the emblematic Dom Luís I bridge. It will take you about 10 minutes and you can easily walk from one side to the other. Nearly all Port wine cellars provide guided tours and tastings.

Is Porto only about wine?

WAIT, PORTO IS NOT ONLY ABOUT PORT WINE! Food is also a very important part of the city’s heritage and history. Discover Porto’s food and wines, tradition, and its people through a Food & Wine tour with us.

Where are port wine cellars located in Portugal?

Most of the port wine cellars are located on the shore of the Douro River opposite to Ribeira of Porto, passing through the iconic Luis I Bridge. Actually, you might be surprised to discover that this opposite shore is… another town. It’s Vila Nova de Gaia (or shortly: Gaia) – and that’s where most of port cellars are situated.

Where to drink Porto Wine in Portugal?

During the good season every cellar in Porto sets outdoors tables, where tourists and residents can take a seat, relax, and enjoy a good glass of Porto wine or even a cocktail made with this liqueur wine. Do not miss a visit to at least one cellar.

What is port wine and where is it from?

Port Wine is born in the Douro Valley, but it is the city of Porto that gives the name to the wine. Why? Because that’s where the wine ages and is shipped to all over the world. Any trip to Porto wouldn’t be complete without a Porto Food Tour and a visit to the famous Port wine cellars. Continue reading below.

Why visit a port wine cellar?

Nearly all Port wine cellars provide guided tours and tastings. Not only will you receive a tasting of different Port wine varieties, but you will also learn about the history of the house you are visiting and a broader history of Port wine.

Port Wine is born in the Douro Valley, but it is the city of Porto that gives the name to the wine. Why? Because that’s where the wine ages and is shipped to all over the world. Any trip to Porto wouldn’t be complete without a Porto Food Tour and a visit to the famous Port wine cellars. Continue reading below.

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