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Wine & Trade Museum, Bordeaux

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  • The Museum is historically interesting and sheltered in beautiful cellars. A must: a wine tasting is included in the entry, and the boss, very friendly, passionate and exciting, we explained all wines from the region and responded to our questions for more than 2 hours! All the museum guides are friendly and available. A good alternative to the city of wine, more traditional and more clear on the historical aspect and on the functioning of the region on a wine plan. To do!
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  • One day bus / tram tickets to buy, first went to here. Museum and tastings are set and the only museum tickets and bought the tickets set by description. Asked how the countries say Japan, told the Japan language guide (in clear). Description: the steak is the history of Bordeaux wine is easy to understand. I didn't feel well and as I do not know the language of France, this guide is not. I think going carefully, but the museum itself is honestly too big description it takes about 30 minutes. On my person or early in the morning I went was a Saturday, but could slowly enjoy tours and tastings. It is recommended to go in the early morning.
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  • I had a great visit! The museum itself is pretty small and filled with old maps, wine bottles, and other artifacts articulating the wine industry in Bordeaux and surrounding areas. The best part of th...  more »