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Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket

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    What to Expect
    Visit: Musee du Vin et du Negoce, 41 rue Borie, 33300, Bordeaux France

    In the building of the royal broker Louis XV, discover three centuries of history and prestige of the ‘grands vins de Bordeaux’. The vaulted cellars built in 1720 depict the work of the coopers and the traditional wine aging practices of traders in the nineteenth century. The cellars also illustrate the Bordeaux wine trade with a number of collections that take you beyond the two seas. The spirit of Chartrons and the Bordeaux wine trade are captured with the sophisticated architectural style of the 18th century. Various artifacts and archival documents trace the exceptional careers of the great merchant families as well as the ancestral knowledge of workers in the cellars.

    The wine tasting:

    At the end of your visit, you can partake in a wine tasting of two wines in the boutique of the museum. Here, you will learn how to differentiate between the grape varieties Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as learn the difference between a Merchant and Chateau wine.
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    Important Information
    Departure Point
    Musée du vin et du négoce
    Departure Time
    Museum hours: 10am - 6pm, open 7 days a week.
    Duration
    4h
    Return Details
    The Museum is located a 5-10 minute walk from:

    - Tram B stop 'Chartrons'
    - Tram C stop 'Camille Godard'
    - Bus 4 stop 'Picard'
    Inclusions
    • Wine tasting
    • Entry/Admission - Musee du Vin et du Negoce
    Exclusions
    • Additional food and drinks, unless specified
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    Additional Info
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
    • A maximum of 15 people per booking
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    This was a informative and interactive tour relating to the history of the wine trade in Bordeaux. Following the self guided tour Georgia took us through a geography and history lesson of the region which included a tasting. Georgia was informative and knowledgeable and we
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    Response from Grégory P, Directeur général at Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
    Responded 2 days ago
    Thank you very much for this very good review! Hope to see you soon !
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    After paying €10 (or €5 with citypass, you receive guidebook, and go along the cellar to see history of Bordeaux wine and different aspects of winemaking process. After the tour you have tasting of two wines with comments of the winemaster. Staff kind and helpful. Exhibition
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    Response from Grégory P, Directeur général at Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
    Responded 1 week ago
    Thank you very much for this good review! Hope to see you soon !
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    Very interesting, very good wine. One of the best activities to do Bordeaux. Learn and enjoy it. Good value too in the shop.
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    Response from Grégory P, Directeur général at Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
    Responded 4 weeks ago
    Thank you very much for this very good review! Hope to see you soon !
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    The Chinese speaking staff gave me a really elaborate briefing on wine knowledge. Loved it. He is really nice and patient.
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    Response from Grégory P, Directeur général at Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
    Responded 2 Jan 2020
    Thank you very much for this very good review. Hope to see you soon !
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    +1
    After lunch we stumbled around the corner. (uneven cobblestones) and came across this museum. A good complement to the newer and much larger wine museum La Cite du Vin. This is much smaller, telling the story of the wine agents in Bordeaux. The Dutch, Irish , English and yes
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    Response from Grégory P, Directeur général at Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting Admission Ticket
    Responded 2 Jan 2020
    Thank you so much for this very good review. Hope to see you soon !
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    About the operator
    By: Musée du Vin et du Négoce
    Shane
    Melbourne, Australia
    10
    Excellent wine tour
    This was a informative and interactive tour relating to the history of the wine trade in Bordeaux. Following the
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    Deb
    20
    Amazing find
    An amazing place, very good value and everyone very friendly and knowledgeable. I’d recommend going you won’t be
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    Dominik T
    41
    Nice, but time consuming
    After paying €10 (or €5 with citypass, you receive guidebook, and go along the cellar to see history of Bordeaux
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    Rebekah E
    Boston, Massachusetts
    8730
    Great little museum
    This was very interesting. A self-guided tour with a booklet - learned many things I never knew about wine. The
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    Paulo Mata
    20
    Wine
    Very interesting, very good wine. One of the best activities to do Bordeaux. Learn and enjoy it. Good value too in
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    Han
    Bordeaux, France
    512
    The staff was really helpful
    The Chinese speaking staff gave me a really elaborate briefing on wine knowledge. Loved it. He is really nice and
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    craig t
    16773
    Great little Museum
    After lunch we stumbled around the corner. (uneven cobblestones) and came across this museum. A good complement
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    Headabove
    Norwich, United Kingdom
    247126
    Great to complement the Cite du Vin!
    A small museum, well actually just the cellar of the former wine merchant who lived here. Enough though to gain an
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    Jon A
    Seattle, Washington
    18684
    Worth the Money and Time
    It is interesting being in a merchant’s wine cellar and reading the displays and guidebook, but what made this a
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    KirsE57
    20
    Great little museum
    Lots of information. Relaxed environment. Fun and informational wine tasting. Nice gift shop with local wines and
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    • Musee du Vin et du Negoce
    • Duration: 4h
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