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Our shop icon is our 2,06m handmade Barcelos Roster! Come to meet him and have a taste of our best Portwines in a traditional old PortWine warehouse or a PortWine Tonic in our sunny riverfront terrace! See you soon!
Hours Today: 10:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avenida Diogo Leite n 50, Vila Nova de Gaia 4400-111, Portugal
We enjoyed our port flight with a platter of cheeses. The latter was very very generous. The flights come in a variety of choices so it is worth checking the list. A good way to taste and enjoy a variety of ports.
We stopped by this wine tasting establishment and ordered three glasses of wine and some food. When we asked for some information about the wines and the wine houses we were informed that the server didn't know anything about the wines, and informed us that...More
We've moved to this place after leaving the next door bar Sandeman (in front of their cellars), as we've experienced abhorrent service at Sandeman's. The difference between the two was night and day. Casa do Galo was quiet, calm, the staff immediately welcomed us, offered...More
Port tasting for as little as €6 was great. Very knowledgeable and tell you about the port in great detail.
We returned the next day because of the customer service we received from Sariyah (not sure on the spelling of her name).
She made both...More
Absolutely great port wine tasting, they even leave the bottles out for a little bit so you can really see what you're tasting. Also very reasonable prices for the amount/quality of wine you get. Our server was absolutely lovely, super sweet, and spoke very good...More
We were wandering around gearing up for our first Port wine tasting and we were off the beaten path on a little side street when we saw a beautiful table and chairs set up with a tablecloth, and some glasses of port wine on it....More