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Chafariz do Vinho - literally translated as fountain of wine — the best place to taste the world wide famous Portuguese wines.
Chafariz do Vinho Winery located in an ancient building, built about three hundred years ago. Italo-Roman architecture of the facade and interior gives this place a special charm. Everywhere in the wall recesses and detached shelves there are dusty bottles of old wine.
The menu of the winery contains a variety of Mediterranean dishes and delicacies. Chardonnay and Sauvignon sorts deserve special attention. Along "happy hours" you can taste four sorts of wine for the half of the price.
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Chafariz do Vinho Winery on the mapLocation: Praça da Alegria
Tuesday to Sunday, from 18 PM to 02 AM
Phone: +351 21 342 2079
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