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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. To visit WiMu - Museo del Vino a Barolo and other attractions in Barolo, use our Barolo trip site .
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Angel_Take2002August 18, 2017
展示は他の方がコメントしているように、理解不能な展示が多かった。外観がお城風の重厚で落ち着いた雰囲気だけに、残念。 唯一良かったのは、最上階からのバローロ村の眺め。 more »Exhibition as someone else commented, exhibiting incomprehensible had. Only the appearance of the Castle-style heavy and relaxed atmosphere that unfortunately. Staff's view of the village of Barolo from the top floor.
Sabrina MAugust 18, 2017
Non il solito museo! Sicuramente un "viaggio" simpatico per conoscere meglio un prodotto fantastico: il vino! more »Not the usual Museum! Definitely a nice journey to learn more about a fantastic product: wine!
Maren GAugust 17, 2017
Wer wirklich ins Detail über die Techniken des Weinbaus informiert werden will ist hier falsch. Das Museum zeigt eine wirklich schön und liebevoll gestaltete Geschichte des Weinbaus allgemein. Wir war... more »If you really want to be informed in detail about the techniques of viticulture is wrong here. The Museum shows a really beautiful and lovingly crafted history of wine in General. We were with our children there (7 and 10). These were extremely impressed by the vividly illustrated action, asked much and have certainly taken a lot. For adults who know already, it is a nice refresher course again (you learn already even some things) and the view from above is absolutely worth a visit!
The first part of the tour was overly abstract and weird (there were flying metronomes at one point), the second part was overly involved (50 paragraphs of text one after the other) and unattractive, and the third part was uninteresting (rooms dedicated to movies, music, food, and royalty). What I wanted to learn about was the winemaking process, the history of Barolo, the peculiarities of Barolo's land, and what makes the wine special. Plus it cost €8 to enter and the wine tasting at the end is €2-€4 per sip. Waste of time and money.
A naive and ill conceived set of presentations cloaked in the claim of being the Barolo wine museum. The tour starts on the third floor and continues in nearly hallucinogenic fashion with flashing lights, dark corridors, haunting music and poorly presented elements of wine production. The first floor begins to tell a story but far too late and in an incomplete manner. Unfortunate as considerable effort has been invested uselessly. The entry fee of €8 should be challenged in court :-). Didn't think a topic like this could be botched so badly.
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.
It is the worst museum I have ever been to. Period. I'm a sommelier and there are a million reasons why this wine region is unique and make every wine lover dream. How in a wine museum you don't even explain to people how wine is made? The basic concepts of fermentation? Why is there no mention of nebbiolo specificities? The differences in terroirs in Piedmont? It's a shame that so many producers are working so hard to make exeptional wines and tourists are welcomed in Barolo by a museum like this. Advice to tourists: don't waste your time, call a winery or two, meet the producers, ask them questions, try their wines but please don't go to this museum!
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).
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