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Garrafeira Costa Cabral

Garrafeira Costa Cabral is a wine cellar specialized in regional wines and products, mainly from the Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro region, but also has wines from other Portuguese regions, such as Alentejo, Dão and Estremadura. It strives for quality products, for the good prices it offers and for the helpful and personalized service it offers its customers. In fact, given their experience and specialized knowledge in the sector, your employees are able to give you the best advice on which wine best suits your specific needs. Apart from private customers, they are suppliers of various businesses.

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Monday to Friday: 8:30-12:30 | 14:00-19:00, Saturday: 8:30-13:00



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Author:anjoalre | 2020-07-02

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Address:
Rua de Costa Cabral, 2233

Postal Code:
4000-083

City Zone:
Marquês

Landline Phone:
225494608

Email:
garrafeiracostacabral@gmail.com

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