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Zhangyu Wine Cultural Museum, Yantai

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Reviews
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  • I suppose it is a museum, rather than a wine estate, so viewing artifacts rather than wine making is understandable. Personally I would prefer more of a wine tour than a history lesson. The museum and...  more »
  • Rated as one of the must do's in Yantai. The attraction was being the earliest winery in China set up in the Qing dynasty. The museum highlighted the history and some historical artifacts. The tour in...  more »
  • I like the excursion. Get to see barrels of wine. At the end of the tour, there is a wine tasting session  more »
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  • Thanks to the wonderful students, people and city of Yantai for letting me experience a fascinating museum that reflects the wonderful, but complex relationship between China and the world. The Germans gave China the gift of modern wine production. With it, the hard work and ingenuity allowed Chinese people to expand and improve the wines over the years. The museum is a gem- as great an experience as the Napa Valley vineyards or the caves of Epernay. Special thanks to SDIBT, which invited me in March 2016 to teach a course on Real Estate and finance. The students were bright and the hospitality was epic. I hope to return soon to teach (and learn ) again. Yantai was once an American navy base until 1938. I can imagine that the American missionaries, traders and military enjoyed the hospitality. The city has many things to see and I hope to see it in the summer some day when the beaches are full.
  • Strange Museum, looks more like a wine shop. In the basement is mostly an empty barrels. The tasting glass in one 2 gave red in the other white))) are machines where you can pour them for money and brandy.
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  • Wine culture has precipitated this. Highly recommend friends here in the field. 600 barrels underground. Is said to have had this wine cellar is a German building (unknown origin), has been to several times, is well worth a visit.
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  • Underground wine cellar is featured.
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