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Porto In A Bottle is a wine cellar which was born in the historical centre of Porto in 2013, in the renovated Rua das Flores. It offers a new concept of wine shop, where the most representative drinks of this region are selected and promoted. The option was clear: to have only Douro and Minho wines. You can find several drinks, such as Port wine, table wines (Verde, White, Red and Rosé), sparkling wines, brandies, ‘ginginhas’, several liqueurs and some objects related to wine. Some of its products are exclusive and for this reason they have already been highlighted in some national and international press articles, such as the New York Times, Hurriyet (Turkey), Globo (Brazil), among others.

Port and Douro wines, Vinho Verde, sparkling wine, liqueurs, sour cherry, old Brandy.

Monday: closed | Tuesday to sunday: 16h - 20h

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Address:
Rua das Flores, 263

Postal Code:
4050-267

City Zone:
Historic Center

Landline Phone:
222011370

Mobile Phone:
936309900

Website:
http://www.portoinabottle.pt/

Email:
portoinabottle@portoinabottle.pt

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