Surrounded by 3,200 oak barrels where the Porto fine wines of Graham's are aged; the main dining room at Vinum is situated in the heart of a magnificent 19th century wine cellar. The historic pine beams, supported by cast-iron pillars, all date back to 1890, the original date of construction.
To one side are the huge granite walls of the cellar, painted white in order to give a warm and hospitable environment. On the other side, a simple glass wall allows incredible views of many thousands of seasoned oak casks containing some of the world’s most valuable Port wines. Within the dining room, traditional pine tables, lit by low and welcoming lights, create a comfortable atmosphere in this stunning setting. This is truly a unique room in which to enjoy great food and wine.
Attached to the main dining room is a lovely conservatory, where the visitor can enjoy one of Portugal and Europe’s most astoundingly beautiful views, both day and night, of the ancient city of Porto (UNESCO World Heritage), of the river Douro and of the unique Dom Luis Bridge. Few restaurants anywhere in the world can offer this atmosphere and this setting.
Rua do Agro nº 141 (Graham's Port Lodge)
4400-281 Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto, Portugal
Wine Bar Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Restaurant Monday to Friday from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM and from 7:30 PM to Midnight; Weekends from 12.30 AM to 4:00 PM and from 7.30 PM to 01.00 AM
Main Dining Room: 80 persons
Atrium: 50 persons
Private rooms: two private rooms for 14 persons