Cockburn’s historic lodge, considered one of the most beautiful Port lodges in Vila Nova de Gaia, is a must see place in Oporto.
Cockburn’s finest blends age here in handmade seasoned oak casks and tonnels, some more than a hundred years old. The famous central avenue paved in the typical Portuguese white and black basalt proudly exhibits the “cockerel and coronet”, symbol of the company. Founded in 1815 by Robert Cockburn, a Scottish soldier that served in Portugal during the Peninsular War, today, Cockburn’s is owned by Symington Family Estates.
April to October
Monday to Saturday, 10AM - 7PM
November to March
By appointment only