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Bordeaux: Wine and Trade Museum Entry Ticket & Wine Tasting

Bordeaux: Wine and Trade Museum Entry Ticket & Wine Tasting

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Through a self-guided tour, come and discover the secrets of the Bordeaux wine trade and enjoy a two wine tasting and a presentation of the Bordeaux vineyard with your entry ticket.

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  • Get an authentic taste of Bordeaux wines during a guided tasting of 2 wines
  • Pair in-house selected local wines with raisins and a rum-soaked French pastry
  • Join a presentation of the vineyard to hear more about winemaking in Bordeaux
  • Learn more about local grape varieties and how the environment affects wine
  • Explore the vaulted cellars and see how the wine is kept in traditional barrels
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Pre-book your entry ticket to Bordeaux’s Wine and Trade Museum and enjoy the added perks of a presentation of the vineyard and a wine tasting of two wines paired with local snacks. Receive a paper guidebook for your self-guided exploration of the cellars.

The Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum pays tribute to the great wine merchants and the rich winemaking history of Bordeaux. Set in the building of Louis XV's royal broker, you’ll discover three centuries of the history and fame of Bordeaux’s great wines.

The vaulted cellars, built around 1720, retrace the work of the coopers and the maturing of wine in barrels in the tradition of the wine merchants of the 19th century. With an included paper guide, you’ll get to go on a self-guided walk through two cellars.

At the end of your visit, you can attend a presentation on the Bordeaux vineyards and learn about the notions of grape varieties, appellations d'origine contrôlée, terroir, and more.

Alongside your commented wine tasting with in-house selected local wines, you can taste raisins dorés (coated raisins) and canelés de Bordeaux (small French pastry flavored with rum). Before the end of your visit, you can savor more of the wines in the wine cellar (costs not included).

  • Wine and Trade Museum Bordeaux entry ticket
  • Paper guidebook
  • Bordeaux vineyards presentation
  • Guided tasting with 2 local wines
  • Raisins dorés
  • Guided tour
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
  • Masks are optional but are strongly recommended while indoors
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • All participants who are over 16 years old must present an EU Covid-19 certificate proving full vaccination with either a Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, Johnson&Johnson, or AstraZeneca vaccine. Only EU Covid-19 certificates will be accepted. Non-EU proof of vaccination can be exchanged for an EU version in any pharmacy in Paris. All participants between 12 years and 2 months and 15 years old must present a sanitary pass indicating either proof of full vaccination, proof of Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months, or a negative test taken no more than 24 hours before the activity starts

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We’ve thought that this is a guided tour but in reality you just can have a look at the exhibition on your own - staff gave us a used paper booklet and that’s it. The exhibition in the cellar is very nice but we are disappointed that was not guided tour. The wine tasting was so-so, the lady explained the wine region in English in 5 mins and gave us two wines to taste, we did not like the wines much. Overall was nice experience of course if we want more details and much quality wines we should go to the chateaux directly. We got directions from the staff so next time we will go to special place.

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March 24, 2022

The museum was very well preserved and contains a lot of interesting information, also in English.

August 7, 2022

Interesting! For wine connoisseurs and even just for those curious about the art of wine making

August 4, 2022

Product ID: 411063