Wines of Portugal Tasting Room | Lisbon
The Wines of Portugal Tasting Room in Lisbon, or Sala Ogival of Lisbon, is located in the west part of Praça do Comércio, also known as Terreiro do Paço, is one of the most emblematic European squares, named after the fact that there is situated the Paço Real.
During two centuries (1511, in the reign with King Manuel I, 1755, with King José I) this was the place chosen to be the Royal Palace of Portugal. Rebuilt after the earthquake that devastated Lisbon in 1775, the square became known as Praça do Comércio. Nowadays, the elegant buildings that surround the Terreiro do Paço have a new dynamic that also houses government departments and ministries, with modern restaurants, shops, cafes and other services.
The tasting room has a large space where the visitor can taste more than 1,000 wines from all regions of the country, with a small room for thematic tastings and a small library.
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Terreiro do Paço
Telf: +351 213 420 690
Telm: +351 967 143 959
November - February: Monday - Saturday: 11h00 - 19h00.
March - October: Monday - Sunday: 11h00 - 19h00.
Closed on Public Holidays
Wines of Portugal Tasting Room | Porto
The Wines Portugal Tasting Room in Porto is located in the city center, inside the emblematic and elegant Palácio da Bolsa.
This nineteenth century building, also known as the old Stock Exchange of Porto, is now a touristic place and a calling card of Porto. Currently there arise some of the most important events of the city.
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Palácio da Bolsa
Rua Ferreira Borges
Telf: +351 223 323 072
Telm: +351 966 371 102
November - February: Monday - Saturday: 11h00 - 18h00.
March - October: Monday - Saturday: 11h00 - 19h00.
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
Wines Portugal Tasting Rooms held, from Tuesday to Saturday, wine tastings from different Portuguese wine regions for individuals or groups of visitors.
In addition to the daily wine tastings, the Wines Portugal Tasting Rooms also offer several wine events as new wine releases, trainings, workshops, thematic events, among others.
Wine tasting prohibited to persons under 18 years old.