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inVINcible VIGNEron, Gaillac

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  • Extraordinary collection assembled by a passionate, always on the lookout for pieces that may still enrich its Museum. It makes us share his concern to preserve and make known these witnesses of the inventiveness of the ancients. The staff is very friendly, the guided tour (with a little surprise at the end).
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  • We popped in after a friends recommendation and what year amazing place! In a beautifully renovated area, the museum is filled to the brim with fascinating exhibits delving into the history of winemaking. It's been built up over 30 years by Theo, a man with passion and knowledge. A definite 'must' if you're in the area.
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  • This unique and wonderful museum set in the heart of the beautiful French countryside is not to be missed. The astonishing collection of everything and anything to do with wine was nothing displayed and driven by the extraordinary passion of Theo the owner. We joined a French speaking tour and although our understanding of the language is not good it was still hugely entertaining. At the end of the tour we were offered three types of wine to try, and some nibbles. The hospitality was second to none and following this Theo, who speaks perfect English, was keen to take us around again. We declined this as many other members of the tower were still enjoying what turned out to be quite a social opportunity. However we were kindly allowed to wonder around alone. We will certainly return when next in France as there is so much to see and although hidden away in a quiet country lane it is well worth visiting. The couple was very welcoming despite our lack of French.
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  • It's the Ali Baba Cave this Museum of treasures! Thanks to Theo for the guided tour, a real treat.
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  • Surprising visit to share the multitude of tools and different "zones" in the site. There is a beautiful story, the vine and the passion that wear them the storyteller's Theo. Passion he conveys with anecdotes collected at the same time as its collection. Nice work done. Great site, great welcome and so necessarily great time! Lucia and Anthony
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  • For 40 years I'm looking for sites with objects and documents on the civilization of wine, I never saw an exceptional collection. The Conservatory presents very nicely all the evolution of the work of the winemaker (from the vine to the bottle) is in my opinion what is the best in France... Each theme is illustrated by a variety of tools, instruments, devices and documents... it is amazing! In addition, Mr ELZINGA hospitality which is inexhaustible on his passion, brings a special visit flavour. A must see. Philippe Chabot
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  • The most beautiful and important collection in the world, perhaps, made with passion and love tools. This Conservatory is aptly named, it keeps tools, ways of working forgotten to put back them in memory or initiate the neophytes. It is a course accessible to all ages and interests.
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  • . Words fail me... Yet I am a specialist of the old tool but there... Hats off. Get to meet, study and to stage such a quantity of tools and objects a challenge of a lifetime, I know of no equivalent in France... and it is a Dutchman who does. Cheers Mr Theo, thank you, and I assure you of my respect. I keep a great memory of my visit with Christelle smile at the reception. Daniel VERDIER
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