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If you find yourself in Porto, you must make the short trip across the river to visit the nearby wine cellars. In the city of Vila Nova de Gaia, you’ll find some of the oldest, and most famous names in Port wine. Some estates still age their Port wine here, which you can see when touring the cellars. Most of the wine cellars are located along the edge of the river, which means it’s just a short walk between each location, all the while you get to enjoy a scenic view of Porto and the Dom Luís I Bridge.

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Graham's Cellars
Graham’s Cellars
W & J Graham’s magnificent 1890 Lodge is situated on a commanding ridge in Vila Nova de Gaia across the Douro River from Porto and only a few hundred metres from the river’s south bank. The entire Lodge has been recently renovated by the Symington family and all its original features restored. Visitors to the Graham’s Lodge can experience the best of three centuries of craftsmanship and heritage.
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Ferreira Cellars
Ferreira Cellars
Ferreira Cellars invite you to discover a brand over 250 years old, a symbol of the highest quality that encapsulates Portugal’s heart and soul. Built by a family of winemakers from the Douro, in 1751, Ferreira possessed a rich tradition and a prominent role in the history of Porto Wine.
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ramos pinto wine cellars
Ramos Pinto Cellars
Founded by Adriano Ramos Pinto in 1880, Casa Ramos Pinto rapidly became noted, at the time, for its innovative and enterprising strategy. The taste for culture instilled by Adriano Ramos Pinto in the working philosophy of Casa Ramos Pinto, is still alive today. From the very onset was born a unique collection of art objects, which are displayed today in the recently opened Museum Area – Casa Ramos Pinto.
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Porto Cruz Cellars
Espaço Porto Cruz
It is a place for information, exhibition and leisure that offers new experiences around port wine, combining it with artistic creations in fields as diverse as fashion, art and gastronomy.
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Sandeman Cellars
Sandeman Cellars
The Sandeman Porto Cellars welcome guests from all over the world and is landmark spot for visitors to Porto and the North of Portugal. Located on the riverbank of Vila Nova de Gaia, The House of Sandeman building boasts one of the best views of Porto, a city declared as World Heritage by UNESCO.
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Quinta do Noval Cellars
Quinta do Noval Cellars
The consistency of style of the Vintage Ports of Quinta do Noval through the decades is one of the particularities of Quinta do Noval in the world of Port. Consistency quite simply because our Vintage Ports come from one single vineyard, a specific and magical place. When you come to know Quinta do Noval, its old and its young Vintages, you will be able to recognize its future Vintages.
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Kopke Cellars
Kopke Cellars
Located at the heart of the riverside of the Gaia city, the Kopke House is a three storey space where Port wine is king. You can enjoy high-quality Ports in a cozy and familiar environment, being that you also have old exclusive wines at your disposal. When you next visit the left margin of the Douro River, get to know the oldest Port Wine House, for you surely cannot miss the combination of history and tradition.
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Calém Cellars
Calém Cellars
Since 1859, that Porto Cálem produces Port Wines of superior quality. Today, we offer you the unique experience of a guided tour through our premises. Enjoy some of our Port Wines in our terrace, in front of our cellars and right beside the river. There you will enjoy the wonderful sight of the riversides from Gaia and Porto.
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Burmester Cellars
Burmester Cellars
At the end of the 18th century Henry Burmester Jr. and his two sons, Fredrick and Edward, set up a new port wine company, H.Burmester & Sons. Enjoying a privileged location near of the lower deck of the D. Luiz bridge in the riverside of Vila Nova de Gaia, Burmester proposes a tour of their original and old Cellars.
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Cockburn's Cellars
Cockburn’s Cellars
If you are visiting Oporto be sure to see the historic Cockburn’s Lodge. This is one of the very few Port cellars that is still a real working lodge, full of casks and pipes where wine is being matured, regularly assessed, blended and drawn off for bottling. It is also one of the largest and most beautiful of all, a visit is truly a worthwhile experience.
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Croft Cellars
The Croft cellars are open for tours all year around, offering one of the most genuine and traditional visits to the world of Port wine. The “Croft experience” includes a visit to the ageing cellars and a tasting of three special Port wines: Croft Pink, Reserve and Tawny 10 years.
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Offley Cellars
Offley Cellars
Built in 1737 by William Offley, the company gained international renown and prestige under the leadership of Joseph James Forrester, an influential personality in the history of Porto, first Baron Forrester granted for his historic map of the Douro
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Taylor's Cellars
Taylor’s Cellars
Taylor’s Port cellars in Vila Nova can be visited throughout the year. Taylor’s, accepted by most wine authorities to be the greatest of all port shippers invites you to a pleasant and informative tour of its famous lodges at Vila Nova de Gaia. During the tour the visitor will be given the opportunity to learn about the fascinating history of Port wine, as well as that of the House of Taylor’s.
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