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Wine & Trade Museum

41 rue Borie, 33300, Bordeaux, France
+33 5 56 90 19 13
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Visit to the Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum with Wine Tasting
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41 rue Borie, 33300, Bordeaux, France
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"self guided tour"
in 15 reviews
"bit off the beaten track"
in 2 reviews
"visit includes"
in 2 reviews
"euro entrance fee"
in 2 reviews
"du vin"
in 8 reviews
"chartrons area"
in 2 reviews
"french and english"
in 2 reviews
"tram stop"
in 4 reviews
"gift shop"
in 3 reviews
"great history"
in 2 reviews
"interesting information"
in 2 reviews
"bordeaux region"
in 6 reviews
"couple of hours"
in 2 reviews
"tourist office"
in 2 reviews
"cellar"
in 19 reviews
"booklet"
in 8 reviews
"broker"
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Super cool visit to learn more about wine worlkd. The guide was really friendly and close to us. Loved the experience.

Thank Lucytrick
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I heard about the Wine and Trade Museum, but did not know what to expect. Walking there, we were able to see another part of Bordeaux that we would not have walked to otherwise. It was a self guided tour through the ancient building with...More

1  Thank 513ronw
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Wine and Trade Museum was a very enjoyable find. When we visited there were very few others in attendance, so we had the place to ourselves and perused the displays at our leisure. The museum covers the wine trade in this region from the...More

1  Thank pactrip09
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Reviewed 23 February 2018

This is such an interesting little museum. If you are interested in Bordeaux wines, the history, the story of the development, marketing and sale of these wines, then this is the museum to visit. Not too difficult to find, it is marked on most maps,...More

1  Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

This small museum in the cellar of a building that housed a wine broker has a TON of interesting information about the wine trade in Bordeaux and the history of the city. I'm sure many people skip it to go to La Cite de Vin,...More

1  Thank bethebarnes
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

Many hands on activity and videos makes the visit fun. You get to taste some wine on the upper floor. Although museum is interesting the view from the upper floor is not all that great. It is a commercial harbor. The restaurant is very good...More

Thank OlivierAZ
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

Tucked away in between a tiny area north of the center, the wine museum has brought in many travelers - just not all at once! Like the other reviews mention, the museum is small but the staff are knowledgeable and great at answering any question....More

Thank gaver456
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

Fascinating look into the history of wine and in particular its trade in Bordeaux that lead to its world wide recognition. Wine and history buffs will find this a quirky and interesting attraction. Others may find it a little stuffy and boring.

Thank Phamished
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Reviewed 22 November 2017 via mobile

After my visit to The City of Wine, I stopped by this museum - different from the previous one which is more about wine and history, this museum is specific about the wine history, in particular, the trade history in Bordeaux. Again, very educational about...More

Thank james z
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Reviewed 21 November 2017

For a 10 Euro entrance fee you are welcomed into the Wine and Trade Museum. I learned a lot about the history of Bordeaux and importance of wine and trading in their history... however it could have been so much more! The Museum is small...More

Thank Nicola B
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