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The Yeatman is a haven for wine lovers. The Yeatman's extensive cellars house one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Portuguese wines, including those of the hotel's wine partners.
The portfolio covers each of Portugal's many and diverse wine regions, from the historic classic DOC's to new and innovative regional appellations.
As befits its name, which celebrates a distinguished Port Wine family, The Yeatman is the prime destination for those wishing to explore the pleasures of Port, one of the world's finest classic wines. An unparalleled choice of wood aged and Vintage Ports is available from the most distinguished Port houses and estates, including rare wines and collector's items seldom found on any wine list.
The Yeatman also prides itself on its selection of great wines from around the globe, from the classic benchmark appellations of Europe to the exciting wines of the New World.
Please note our Wine Cellar is open from 4pm-6pm, with Sommelier guided visits, for our guests.
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