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Musee du Vin de Bourgogne

Rue d'Enfer, Beaune, France
+33 3 80 22 08 19
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We saw all things wine-growing-related + 2 Roman urns from 1st or 2nd century...also a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rochester, NY
Could be so much better

Burgundy is famous for its wine and rightly so. The wine museum does not reflect the quality of the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Munich, Germany
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Rue d'Enfer, Beaune, France
+33 3 80 22 08 19
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw all things wine-growing-related + 2 Roman urns from 1st or 2nd century...also a barrel-making film from 1950's showing how labor intensive it was...

Thank NYTanman
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Burgundy is famous for its wine and rightly so. The wine museum does not reflect the quality of the wine and that is a real shame. It is in a lovely building in the centre of town, ( a bit hard to find), it has...More

Thank grwpl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here after the Hospice and a day cycling tour just to round out our appreciation of all things Beaune- related. It actually complemented our cycling day well as the museum contained many examples of the historical aspects of viticulture as opposed to the...More

Thank Nelly B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You certainly can experience a variety of wine tasting experiences in France. This was an interesting one with the advantage of going at your own pace in a nice quiet environment. Lots of interesting info to read. There was also an amazing exhibition of Paul...More

Thank Mary W
Reviewed 3 June 2017

If you are into wine, not that earth moving. Maybe interesting for a layman, as one has to start somewhere... Give it 30 minutes on a rainy day. And quickly go to the next tasting.

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Only basic things inside. A bit boring museum. Anyways, you will find information about Burgundy wines and winemaking so in that sense good to visit (on a rainy day).

Thank TJLhki
Reviewed 17 November 2016

This museum has limited English translation. We visited with limited French language, but still found the history and the development of wine in France very interesting.

Thank Teresa S
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The wine museum is of interest to those with an interest in wine, and Burgundy in particular; however, it has limited appeal to those who do not. The ticket price is reasonable, though, so it's worth a visit if you want to learn some of...More

Thank Bobby182
Reviewed 29 September 2016

A terrific museum to visit if you are a wine lover/fanatic. Only one criticism - almost all the signage and information was in French. That's fine, because it's a French Museum. However, it would be of great help to foreigners if perhaps the museum had...More

Thank Simon M
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This museum is pretty much down the end of an alley. It is one large room with really old wine presses. If you spend more than 20 minutes here, you must be into wine production history.

Thank Gregory H
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