The Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum is the world’s largest professional wine museum. There are not only many wine treasures from top wine brands, but also many precious wine-related paintings. It is very exciting and rich. It is worth visiting and experiencing Bordeaux’s Wine culture.
This room is still telling my friends that the grapes in my hometown this year are good. I haven't returned to my hometown at this time for more than ten years. When I come back, I will have a good meal and eat the sweet and plump grapes. People over there are already in Bordeaux and have tasted wine.
I visited this museum many years ago. I actually don’t remember the text, video and sound effects of the introduction. It is mainly the wine tasting session. Although I am not a person who knows wine very well, I can still understand this Bordeaux wine. Come out some flavor. But if you don’t celebrate the wine, the more than one hundred tickets will be wasted. Fortunately, the currency has appreciated in these years.
Tickets for the Museum of Wine and Trade are ten euros, and then pick up a brochure describing the history and exhibitions at the front desk. After the visit, you can taste some wines, including the original pure wine, which is a deep pink color, and some historical relics of the Bordeaux region. You can buy these wines in a shop.
The Wine and Trade Museum is also quite large. You can also see a lot of wine content in this huge venue. The Trade Museum is also a wine trading center where you can taste fine wines.
Bordeaux, a place born for wine.