Museum Of Wine And TradeCurrently Closed
- Address: Cellar Chartrons 41 Rue Borie, 33000 Bordeaux, France
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-556901913
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tour, Food And Drinks, Winery, Specialty Museum
Museum Of Wine And Trade - Review
Aquitaine wine is famous. It’s been around for god knows how long (we know, relax. Two thousand years)and has a fun story to it. If you want to hear that story told, this is the place to go! Housing aged wines, wine making paraphernalia, old documents, memorabilia and histories from great merchant families, the museum is a great hit with and for all winos! The boutique too has a great wine selection for you too pick up. The best part about the museum is that it’s designed to take you back through time. It looks like something out of the Middle Ages. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bordeaux itinerary 1 day.
Museum Of Wine And Trade Information
- A.k.aLe Musée du Vin et du Negoce de Bordeaux.
How To reach Museum Of Wine And Trade by Public Transport
- Tram Line B stop Chatronne.
- Bus 04, 15, 72 stop Picard.
Restaurants Near Museum Of Wine And Trade
- Sushi Set, Molly Malone’s, The Docks Girondins.
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87.46% of people who visit Bordeaux include Museum Of Wine And Trade in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
44.29% of people start their Museum Of Wine And Trade visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Museum Of Wine And Trade
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Museum Of Wine And Trade, Bordeaux Reviews
Well laid out but a little bit small. Good on knowledgeable staff though. Sensible choice of wines for sale in the shop. The free wine taste was only 2 wines.
It’s a fairly small museum spatially but it does a very good job supplying loads of information in different languages! The woman at the end who did the wine tasting was also incredibly informative and helpful. This was a great way to spend a few hours and gain some practical knowledge on the Bordeaux wines.
The museum is very interesting, little but well structured. The degustation of wines was a very nice moment. Baptist is a good guide and expert of Bordeaux's wines.
They also conduct master class and introductory tastings, blind tastings and blending classes in a cool space next door to the museum. Ask to take the smell test! You try to identify 12 wine 'scents'.
Highly recommend visiting this small museum as the staff hosting the wine tasting was delightful, super fun and we learned a lot. There is of course a larger wine museum nearby but it's a high-tech extravaganza designed for mass tourism and lacks any personal touch, pushing expensive bottles.