The tour of a wine museum and then lunch within the same building is just amazing. It doesn't hurt that it is in a 15th century monestary either.
Make sure to get the audioguide. It is free and one will do nicely for two people.
Before I go any further, you need to be cognizant of the fact that if you are coming from Trocadero, you need to pay attention to the street and not miss the turn to the left down the long stairway. Again, at the end you need to do almost a 180 degree turn to your left to find the Wine Museum.
The artifacts in the museum are very interesting to say the least, the audioguide is very beneficial.
Once we were done with the Museum we made our way to the restaurant area. If you have lunch the museum tour is free.
The food was amazing. We had the Dionysius Menu for 35 Euros each. I was very, very good and more than enough food.
The waiter was attentive and the menu was available in French and English.
I would recommend this musuem and restaurant for anyone, not just wine enthusiasts.
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