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Italy’s most innovative wine museum, as well as one of the world’s most important, opened its gates to the public in September 2010. It is set in the heart of a territory that is famous for its wines, and in the halls and rooms of a castle with a...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Piazza Falletti | Castello Falletti di Barolo, 12060 Barolo, Italy
That's a huge disappointment. When you came to wine region and going to WINE museum you don't expect THIS.
Exposition will be interesting for some kids, but not for adults.
You won't see/know how the wine is produced.
This relatively young museum (established around 2010) is housed in the Barolo Castle, a medieval fortress dating back to the 10th century, although significantly restored and remodeled on multiple occasions over time. It belonged to the Falletti family until the 1800 and was acquired by...More
If you're coming from America then you'll enjoy this Piemont similar likeness to Vegas.
Put a pre-paid card in the auto-wine dispenser, push the 2 euro, 5 or 10 button (? might not be exact but u get the point) and out spurts a respective...More
After getting multiple recommendations to go to this museum, we made the bad decision to check it out. You do not obtain any useful information about wine or the area. The exhibits are cheap and many of them are broken. After a while, we just...More
This is such a horrible, hokey museum. Save yourself the time and money. The 5th floor is full of ridiculous displays that do not further your knowledge of wines. They have a time line of when wines were developed around the world...but I can Google...More
We were a group of 13 friends, visiting WiMu with a guide - and had obviously done a poor pre-research of what to expect.
The museum lacks a focus and is “all over the place”. Instead of focusing on the wine production in the region...More
Many of the interactive displays were broken/inoperable. There seemed to be an issue with overall maintenance. The historical wine story was interesting. The wine "store" downstairs was a nice way to try local wines that we may have not otherwise been exposed. Might be worth...More
I've been all over the world and seen installations or museums for wine/beer. This was the worst. For 2/3 of the tour it is a concept museum without much direction towards wine history or artifacts. Think interactive art installation. The most time we spent was...More