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All reviews port tasting my husband and i shared great stories lovely surprise large glasses great tour available for purchase port houses great tasting experience generous tasting pay euros take pictures quick tour short visit great place to visit lovely setting guided tour
The ceallar is really nice and a verry old one. Even the building and the surrounding are nice to visit. It is also considered as the best one because of the tour.
I would recomend the cellar pretty much to anybody comming to visit porto...More
This place really ticks all the boxes. Beautiful entrance, fantastic selection of port and knowledgable staff.
We choose Ramos Pinto due to the fact we didn’t have to do a tour in order to have a tasting, unlike many other wine cellars in the area....More
During our trip to Porto we inevitably planned for some comparative port wine tastings and visited several producers. The atmosphere at Ramos Pinto is different than others in such a way that it offers a more traditional and relaxing feel. You can taste complete ‘menus’...More
Perhaps we were toured out by the time we took this short tour of Ramos Pinto. We found this experience to only be mildly interesting. The tour guide was a bit stiff and scripted, perhaps if it were in Portuguese she would have been more...More
Stopped in for a sampling of fine Ramos Pinto port which we don't see at home. They have a nice building with lots of space. Unfortunately we did not have time to take in the tour.
Great spot to sample port.
Ramos Pinto was a master marketer. This wine house is a testament to his innovations in marketing. It’s right in the waterfront with a grand facade. You enter a waiting room that has for its time scandalous blue tile murals of nude women frolicking in...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of Ramos Pinto. The museum was very interesting and our guide, Carlos, was knowledgeable and entertaining. He did a fantastic job explaining the house’s efforts to market their relatively new port in the early twentieth century. And of course the...More
May - October: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.(all days)
April: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m (Mondays to Fridays, closed on Public Holidays)
November - March: from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.(Mondays to Fridays, closed on Public Holidays)