Intrigued by the outside, we ventured in and were warmly welcomed by a lady who spoke excellent English. It was completely free! We were given headsets and moved round the museum which showed French life in 1900. At the end of the commentary we went upstairs where there was a brief explanation of the wine season - again in English.
When we returned downstairs we were able to sample the wine and balsamic vinegar produced by the family who run the museum. The man who had appeared in the short video of wine making was the man who served us behind the bar with his samples! There was the opportunity to buy the products but no hard sell. Delightful and delicious!
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