Ramos Pinto Cellars in Porto

Ramos Pinto Cellars in Porto

Established by Adriano Ramos Pinto in 1880, the Ramos Pinto Cellar is one of the most renowned in the city.

Ramos Pinto Cellars was founded by Adriano Ramos Pinto in 1880. Its innovative business strategy and its quality wine transformed this once small cellar into one of the most important in Porto and it was once accountable for half of the wine exported to South America.

The tour of the Cellar includes a visit to its museum that features a large collection of peculiar and interesting items collected since the company was established, including an old typewriter and calculators.

The visit to the winery is slightly shorter and less interesting than other wine cellars in Porto.

All in all, a good experience

Even though the winery isn’t as appealing as it could be, the museum and wine tasting makes the visit worthwhile.


May – October: daily from 10 am – 6pm.
November – March: Monday – Friday: 9am5pm.

*Last tour one hour before closing time.


General Entry: 12 (US$ 12.90).
Children 12 - 18: 9 (US$ 9.70).
Children under 12: Free.


Bus: lines 900, 901 904 and 906.

Nearby places

Cálem Cellars (82 m) Sandeman Cellars (285 m) Ferreira Cellars (328 m) Vila Nova de Gaia (338 m) Casa do Infante in Porto (360 m)