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open since 1972, the Brotte Wine Museum is situated in Chateauneuf-du-Pape (Provence). The visit is free and audioguided in English, German, Russian, Chinese and Brazilian. Renovated in 2015 the museum is called "on the footstep of the winegrower...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 18:00
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Avenue Pierre de Luxembourg, 84230 Chateauneuf-du-Pape, France
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Only takes 45 mins and there is a tasting at the end. Good exhibits and audio guide. No entry cost or cost for the tasting. Museum is run but a particular producer who encourage you to buy their wine but not in a pushy manner....More
Had an enjoyable time here..you get a device that talks you through the museum. At the end..one of the team that work there give you a tasting. We were offered either 1 white and 2 reds or a red, white and rose. We went for...More
We arrived in town and visited the museum first as a base for discovering the wine in the area and the woman working could not have been more overtly rude, it was almost like a skit, it felt so palpably diliberate. It was astounding and...More
This is free to visit and it explains the area and the wines of the Rhone. You are given a audio guide to take you around, you go around by yourself at your own pace. it is presented well, with pictures, images and actual equipment....More
The tour is interesting but basic, culminating in a tasting of up to 3 of the excellent wines. We know the wine is good having visited 2 times previously & purchased large quantities of wine to be shipped home to the UK. This time we...More
This is a great place. A really informative museum, free to enter and free auido guide. Took is about 30 mins to explore the museum learning more about wine and the area. Then got to try 4 wines and buy some. Range of prices for...More
Whilst I am an accomplished wine drinker, I must admit to a somewhat undiscerning palate, they all taste good to me, and I have only a vague understanding of the science of wine making.
After listening to the excellent explanation with its many visual displays...More
As title says slightly disappointing . We had this place down as a must see on our recent road trip around France and yes the "Museum" is free as such, but in truth its used as a funnel to the wine shop. (Not that we...More
This wine museum takes you through the history, the art, and the logistics of winemaking. Then at the end, you're treated to a wine tasting if you'd like. And it's all free. If you want to see old tools used in viticulture and winemaking, to...More