Went here as part of a tour. The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. The wines were excellent. They did a good job of explaining the origins of their wines. They ship a minimum of 5 bottles for 55$ shipping.
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We enjoyed this small museum. It is located down in some cellars and the self-guided tour gives a great history of the area and the wine sale and classification process. A brief wine tasting concludes, and the store sells very nice wines at reasonable prices.
Loved this little museum! The short self guided walk was very interesting and the wine tasting at the end was much better than we were expecting. Our tasting guide was very informative and we had a surprisingly nice visit. Would recommend if you're in the...More
I got a real insight into the history and process of wine making plus a degustation all for E10. A fabulous spot and I highly recommend it in the historic Chartrons district.
Interesting museum that takes about an hour to tour. They give you a booklet to help you with a self guided tour. The you finish by tasting a couple of wines!
As people have said it's a self guided tour and it's not very big but it was good enough for us. It was also a really hot day so it was perfect way to pass the time, as the temperature of the cellars was on...More
This small museum captures the essence of Bordeaux's history in the wine trade. Set in an old building in the old city. Our tour included a tasting.
The self guided tour was interesting and informative although I agree with a previous review that it would be better with an audio guide. The girl in the shop wanted us to wait before doing the tasting so gave us a smell quiz which was...More
The museum is in the basement (or cellar if you prefer) of a 19th Century wine merchant. It is very interesting, including the three different video we saw. NOT to be confused with Cite du Vin, a new museum dealing with wines of the world....More
An absolute bargain. Very friendly and informed staff who were approachable, and gave a great wine talk after the tour of the museum. A lovely museum - quaint, and not too big to get bored. Lots of information. You can view everything in your own...More