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Musee Conservatoire inVINcible VIGNEron, Gaillac
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Un vigneron au milieu de ces vignes NON!! Un collectionneur au milieu de sa collection NON!! Pardon Un enfant de 75 Ans au milieu de ses jouets avec le sentiment qu'à chaque instant, à chaque anecdote... read more »In these vineyards winemaker no! A collector in the middle of his collection no! Excuse me a child of 75 in the middle of his toys with the feeling that at every moment, every anecdotes he discovered his toys. Please I hope that in 50 years it will play again. We come for 1 hour and 3 hours after we always discover this collection a free tasting on the wines of the region thanks THEO with a large T next yearshow original
Für die zum Kulturgut Wein gehörende Rebe, die in weiten Teilen Europas die Kulturlandschaft prägt, hat Theo Elzinga mit unglaublicher Energie und Leidenschaft eine einzigartige und faszinierende Samm... read more »For the vine wine belonging to the cultural heritage, which shapes the landscape in many parts of Europe, Theo Elzinga has put together a unique and fascinating collection of tools, objects and exhibits the work of Vintners in the vineyards and their struggle with pests and vine diseases, wine production, the expansion of the wine, the wine trade and last but not least the pleasure of the noble drink with incredible energy and passion , ranging from Roman times to modern times. Which felt 10000 objects collection is in a former Winery, housed right next to the road of between Gaillac and Cordes. Is the owner of the Museum readily answer questions forcibly occurring to the sometimes scurrilous exhibits, and declared well-founded and with passion whose purpose and mode of operation. We have already for the second time the museum visits and were again thrilled. Because the owner has other resides, the Museum is open only two weeks in the month, which are indicated on the website. During our second visit, the owner was extremely helpful and gave us a visit outside the official opening hours allows. So just ask by phone and don't be shy, because the owner in addition to English and French is also sufficiently speak the German language. If we we would need to set between the sights in the area near Gaillac, Albi, Toulouse and Montauban from lack of time on a target of visit to, we would decide again for the Museum, you can look up everything else. Of course remain at least a week in the area and look at everything would be better.show original
le lieu d'un passionné, d'un collectionneur qui retrace l'Histoire des outils concernant la vigne, en plein milieu du vignoble gaillaicois ! Fantastique endroit qui demande du temps pour le visiter in... read more »instead of a fan, a collector that traces the history of the tools on the vine, in the middle of the vineyard gaillaicois! Fantastic place that takes time to visit it fully or come back regularly... must-see for winemakers and all those who are interested in the trades and their history... Well done Theo for this wonderful collection presented with great patience and taste!show original
Jeannette PEYRILLEThis is the cave of Ali Baba Museum of treasures! Thanks to Theo for the guided tour, a real treat.show original
Lucie BinetSurprising visit to share the multitude of tools and different "zones" in the site. A story is told, the vine and the passion that their door the storyteller is Theo. A passion it passes using anecdotes collected concurrently with its collection. Beautiful work done. Superb site, super home and therefore necessarily super time! Lucia and Anthonyshow original
Philippe ChabotFor 40 years I'm looking for sites with objects and documents on the civilization of wine, I had never seen an equally exceptional collection. The Conservatory presents in very beautiful way the evolution of the work of the winemaker (from the vine to the bottle) is in my opinion what is done better in France... Each theme is illustrated by a wide variety of tools, instruments, devices and documents... it's amazing! The home of Mr ELZINGA which is inexhaustible on his passion, brings a special visit flavor. A must-see. Philippe Chabotshow original
Alain vialaa fascinating visit in the middle of a very beautiful collection of tools of the winemaker who shows us l human ingenuity to adapt and still advance without the means that we have today. j visited the Museum twice but must I return, and especially to take his time, even my 16 year old daughter is passionate for this visit! do not hesitate to ask theo for your visit, it is a real mine of knowledge in the field with the story to the key!show original
Daniel Verdier. Words fail me... I am yet a specialist of the old tool but there... Hats off. Get to meet, study and to stage such a quantity of tools and objects statement of the challenge of a lifetime, I do not know any equivalent in France... and it is a Dutchman who does. Bravos Mr Theo, thanks, and I assure you of my respect. I keep a great memory of my visit and Christelle smile at the reception. Daniel VERDIERshow original
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