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WiMu - Museo del Vino a Barolo, Barolo

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Set among Piedmont's hills, WiMu - Museo del Vino a Barolo reveals the history of the region's wine-making industry. Explore the museum's grounds within a historic castle. Join a guided tour to learn about wine's place in myth, legend, literature, and more as you descend through the fortress. Afterward, savor a glass of a local specialty or take part in a tasting session. Before you head to Barolo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Barolo vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Barolo has to offer, including WiMu - Museo del Vino a Barolo.
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  • A Museum really part, not the classic Museum ad-libbed. But something well made and unique. Can entertain children. Placed on three floors it comes from history to viniculture. I recommend it for anyone who goes to barolo.
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  • Situated amidst the vineyards that produce the wines, Unesco World Heritage area in the castle that belonged to the Marquis Falletti di Barolo. The route is served by Francois Confinement (Mauto and Museum of Cinema in Turin) is a journey between tradition and culture of wine, light and dark, color and sound. The route ends in the regional wine cellar with wine tasting ... and a possible purchase!
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  • Inspirererende. So much to see and a portion for nerds. Fat generally just to see the city. Lots of history and many old ways to make Barolo pp
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  • the information given on the brochure is mischievous. Seems to visit a museum dedicated to wine, but the information provided are nonexistent. The visit consists of many audiovisual experiences that don't really say anything. Plus, reading the brochure you may understand that at the end of the visit there is a wine tasting ..there is, but it's not included in the museum ticket and so it's basically like going in a normal shop. The only positive thing was the view of Barolo from the top of the terrace.
  • THE MUSEUM IS MODERN AND INTERACTIVE AS WELL AS WELL-MAINTAINED. IT DEDICATES GREAT SPACE TO THE GENERAL HISTORY OF WINE. I WOULD HAVE ENJOYED A GREATER FOCUS ON THE CURRENT LOCAL PRODUCTION OF BAROLO WINE SPECIFICALLY. THE VISIT CONCLUDES AT THE ENOTECA REGIONALE DEL BAROLO WHERE YOU CAN TASTE BAROLO WINE (WHICH YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR ON TOP OF THE ENTRANCE FEE OF 8 EUR).
  • Nice museum in the castle of Barolo, dedicated to the region's pride, the barolo-wine and wine in general. Interesting to visit, even in the company of children. Attractive displays explaining the history of wine-culture. At the end of the visit: possibility of wine-tasting (with an extra fee), focussing on Barolo DOP wines. Opportunity for budget-aware wine-lovers to taste more expensive wine. Must-see in the Piedmonte region, which is known for its excellent wines. The museum is surrounded by some nice restaurants, often using barolo-wine in their recipes. Prices are ,unfortunately, not that low.
  • Surprisingly beautiful and fun museum. Lots of things to explore for adults and kids. Finish with a wine tasting.
  • Experiential Museum worth a visit! the cost is 8 € per person, but there are discounts for groups that free tickets (if you own the card for museums of Piedmont). The history of wine told in three stories with extremely catchy and original mode.
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