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Sogevinus Wine Shop Flores

Sogevinus is a space for experiencing, which aims to demonstrate the versatility of Port wine and its potential for different types of consumption. Here, in addition to finding all the references that make up the portfolio of the various brands of the group, it is possible to do combined wine tastings and learn more about what distinguishes the different types of Port and Douro wines, or opt for a pairing with chocolate and cheese. There are also wine tastings by the glass (with various suggestions of white, ruby or tawny Port and DOC Douro) and cocktails made with Port wine, which may be accompanied by other national products such as cheese, olive oil or custard tarts.

Wines, Gourmet.

Monday to Sunday: 10h - 19h | December 25th and January 1st closed from 13h to 14h

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Address:
Rua das Flores, 64

Postal Code:
4050-265

City Zone:
Historic Center

Mobile Phone:
913980411

Website:
https://sogevinus.com/tourism/sogevinus-shop/

Email:
loja.sogevinusflores@sogevinus.com

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