Sabores Monásticos is a registered trademark that sells Portuguese regional products, many of them originating in the Varosa valley. The headquarters is located in Salzedas, a predominantly agricultural historical settlement which is part of the vineyard villages of the Douro. Salzedas is also the name of a Cistercian monastery, Santa Maria de Salzedas, which began to be built on January 20th, 1168, under the leadership of D. Teresa Afonso, widow of Egas Moniz, one of the founders of Portugal. Its mission is to bring to customers the best products of small farmers, still handcrafted, from ceramics, welfare products, wines, liquors and grocery products.
Handicraft, baskets, wine cellar, grocery.
Monday to friday: 9h30 - 12h30, 14h - 19h | Saturday: 9h30 - 13h, 14h - 16h | Sunday: closed
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