Inspired by memories and aromas of the family kitchen.
Quinta do Bomfim has been home to Dow’s Port since 1896 and farmed by the Symington family for five generations. Our restaurant is inspired by traditional Douro family kitchens, centred around large chimneys and wood-fired ovens.

Celebrating this familiar sense of sharing and conviviality, the kitchen is at the heart of our restaurant, offering a direct view of the cooking with distinct aromas of dishes prepared in wood-burning ovens and stoves.

Bomfim 1896 with Pedro Lemos reflects the heritage of our region and its cooking, brought together with an exceptional selection of our wines.

Welcome to our home.
Nestled on the bank of the Douro River beside the village of Pinhão, Quinta do Bomfim has been farmed by our family for five generations, producing some of the 20th century’s most renowned ports. Mountainous vineyards cover the landscape, and the onsite winery is still used to make our wines.
With large wood burning ovens at its heart, Bomfim 1896 with Pedro Lemos recreates the sense and smells of a traditional Douro kitchen. Using traditional recipes to create classic dishes in these wood-fire ovens, we aim to showcase the best of the Douro and beyond.
Since 1896, Quinta do Bomfim has been famous for producing Dow’s Vintage Ports, made in our onsite winery using grapes grown just metres from the restaurant. These are joined by the very best wines from our portfolio, each offering a unique expression of the Douro and Alentejo regions.
Originally acquired for Dow’s Port in 1896, the name ‘Quinta do Bomfim’ was derived from Vale do Bomfim, or ‘the well-placed valley’. In 1912, Andrew James Symington became a partner in Dow’s and made the estate his family home. It has since been home to generations of our family and Dow’s winemakers.
Setting
Nestled on the bank of the Douro River beside the village of Pinhão, Quinta do Bomfim has been farmed by our family for five generations, producing some of the 20th century’s most renowned ports. Mountainous vineyards cover the landscape, and the onsite winery is still used to make our wines.
Food
With large wood burning ovens at its heart, Bomfim 1896 with Pedro Lemos recreates the sense and smells of a traditional Douro kitchen. Using traditional recipes to create classic dishes in these wood-fire ovens, we aim to showcase the best of the Douro and beyond.
Wines
Since 1896, Quinta do Bomfim has been famous for producing Dow’s Vintage Ports, made in our onsite winery using grapes grown just metres from the restaurant. These are joined by the very best wines from our portfolio, each offering a unique expression of the Douro and Alentejo regions.
History
Originally acquired for Dow’s Port in 1896, the name ‘Quinta do Bomfim’ was derived from Vale do Bomfim, or ‘the well-placed valley’. In 1912, Andrew James Symington became a partner in Dow’s and made the estate his family home. It has since been home to generations of our family and Dow’s winemakers.

Contact Details

(+351) 254 730 360
[email protected]

Visiting hours

Wednesday to Sunday: 12:30–15:00 // 19:00–22:00

Location

Quinta do Bomfim, 5085-060 Pinhão, Alijó, Portugal
Latitude 41.189245 Longitude -7.540943