The museum at your own pace
From Antiquity to the 20th Century, discover the evolution of the city of Bordeaux and of its commercial port open to the world. Follow the footsteps of the merchant families who settled in the Chartrons district and played a major part in the prosperity of the Bordeaux vineyard, making it an essential world reference.
Through objects and documents from that period, the permanent collection of the Musée du Vin et du Négoce teaches you about the evolution of different techniques and tools related to wine: barrel ageing, the evolution of bottles, labels and the fashions that followed.
At the end of your visit, one of the wine tourism mediators will accompany you with an explanation of the Bordeaux vineyard and its appellation system during a commented tasting of two wines.
*On presentation of proof: students, senior with the Bordeaux pass, job seekers, disabled card holders, etc.
** On presentation of proof: under 18s, tour guides, journalists, accompanying persons
Did you know ?
François Mauriac was the owner of the Domaine de Malagar.
He had inherited this wine estate from his ancestors. He called himself a “country owner”.
He liked to stay in Malagar in the summer and remained there until the end of the harvest. From the terrace of Malagar he admired “the most beautiful landscape in the world”. His office was located near the winery where they produced “a nice white wine that was not too sweet, perfect for foie gras”.
François Mauriac, 1885 – 1970
Un saluto a tutte le persone meravigliose che lavorano qui.
Un lugar interesante de visitar y una cata muy recomendable de tres vinos, aparte te dejan probar algunos productos de la zona como una pasta típica de Burdeos y un chocolate con pasta de vino dentro.
Recomendable por el conjunto pero el museo en sí es muy pequeño y rápido de recorrer.