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Wine Museum, Paris

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Translated simply as the wine museum, Wine Museum is in former limestone quarries in the center of Paris. Explore three vaulted cellars on the property, which the Friars of Passy used in the 16th and 17th centuries to store their wine. These cellars now serve as the museum's restaurant, so you can enjoy a delicious meal accompanied by a glass of fine wine. You also can partake in wine tasting, fine cheese, and charcuterie. The exhibits feature more than 2,000 pieces covering the tools of viticulture, winemaking, and wine tasting. The oldest date back a century before Jesus Christ; the most recent is from the 19th century. Wax figures, including Napoleon, Pasteur, and Balzac, depict objects in the collection as well. To visit Wine Museum on your holiday in Paris, and find out what else Paris has to offer, use our Paris online trip maker .
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  • We two nice regularly in travel business in Paris lunch one Thursday per month that means that this address is one of the best in Paris owners are passionate as we find more a friendly team. 3 beautiful choice of menus or map or so for a glass of wine all in a beautiful setting as you can't get to Paris or France. An underground tunnel to go from centuries to centuries in the history of the wine a kitchen very good a place we recommend also to groups for seminars or meetings of Steering Committee more than 10 years we regularly we recommend this close location address of the Seine the Niçois faithful of the school! Appointment in a few weeks for lunch, and well done to all the team!
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  • To Passy minimi of convent grounds in Passy district was vegetable and wine grapes vineyard takes, brewed wine from their grapes liked Louis 13th, even tasting wine, said that it is. Museum of wine, storage warehouse of wines produced in the monastery was a hotel, Museum admission for wine and smelled a little bit old wine bottle labels a little poor? I thought
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  • The big difference between the high and low of the land at the Wine Museum in the luxury residential area Passy district nestled quietly through the front entrance of the Museum of wine and there was in the basement of the building. Feel like just like walking into a cave. Nun f. form of Brewer landscape was reproduced exhibit realistic.
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  • 13 euro to walk through a musky mannequin display and drink one glass of a 6 euro bottle of wine.
  • I went here when I was 20. My favorite part of the museum is not only the tasting but also how Napoleon used to sneak through an underground tunnel late at night when he couldn't sleep. He would have some wine to help him sleep.
  • I struggle to give it two stars. There was no organization, not chronologically or numerically. It was very confusing. I paid attention the whole time and tried to learn but I can't say I left with any enlightening information. The one free wine tasting wasn't anything to write home about either.
  • Just the ambiance and the nice location is one star worth, the rest is not my style (food, wine and coffee)
  • We held a team-building meeting here, and the owners arranged for a small meeting space in the restaurant. After the meeting, we had a delicious meal followed by a wine-tasting challenge to see who could place the wines with their regions. This is a great place for small get-togethers, and the meal and wine were good.

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