The Museum

Our history

The Bordeaux Historia Vini association was created in November 2007 with the purpose of enhancing the heritage and the very special past of the Chartrons district by working on a project for a museum dedicated to wine and its trade.

Combining the tradition and the future, the museum aims to be a meeting place of conviviality around wine current affairs thanks to its strong links with the Bordeaux wine producers.

“Passionate about my city and its wine, I wanted to tell the story of a trade that has shaped Bordeaux for centuries and to combine a mythical place with a moment of relaxation and cultural enrichment.”

Grégory Pecastaing, President and Founder of the Museum.

The location

The Chartrons: iconic district of the Port de la Lune, is now the home of the Wine and Trade Museum.

In the building of Louis XV’s royal broker, you will discover three centuries of history and the reputation of the great wines of Bordeaux.

The imposing facade, the vaulted cellars and the cooperage remind of the daily life of the wine merchants of the 19th century.

The museum shop is located in the former cooperage and the permanent collection now replaces the barrels in the semi-subterranean cellars.

This collection of documents, rare bottles, films and winemaking equipment brings several centuries of history back to life.

Team members

Portrait de Grégory Pecastaing, président du musée du vin et du négoce de Bordeaux.

Grégory Pecastaing


Portrait de Mary-Chantal Leboucq, historienne au musée du vin et du négoce de Bordeaux.

Mary-Chantal Leboucq


Ophélie Gasiglia

Head receptionist

Manuela A. Bernardo


Pilar Tello Montero


Coming to the Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum

By car

Click on the car icon to access Google maps and view your route.

By tram

Tram B - stop « Chartrons »
Tram C - stop « Camille Godard » 

By train

Click on the train icon to see the tickets on offer and book yours.

From the airport

Tram A - stop « Hôtel de ville » 
Then, tram B - stop « Chartrons »

Or Tram A - stop « Porte de Bourgogne » 
Then, tram C - stop « Camille Godard »

Want to join the team ?

All year round, the museum welcomes interns, apprentices and civic services to complete their training in tourism, wine, communication...
Contact us for more information.

Formulaire de contact anglais

Musée du Vin et du Négoce
41 rue Borie
33000 Bordeaux

Tram B – stop « Chartrons »
Tram C – stop « Camille Godard » 
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

Call us
05 56 90 19 13

Email us

27. Juin, 2023.
Experiência sensorial Não visitamos o museu, preferimos a experiência sensorial e adoramos. A experiência oferece passar pelas quatro estações do ano, e para cada uma delas há um vinho diferente para degustar. Para quem não bebe álcool, há a opção de bebidas sem ele.
Frank Burton
Frank Burton
15. Juin, 2023.
Mildly interesting Small old-fashioned museum with a gift shop. A useful explanation of the wine growing area and a sampling of two wines given by a member of staff at the end. Not worth the ten euros we paid, but it only costs five euros with a Bordeaux City Pass.
Matt A
Matt A
13. Juin, 2023.
Fantastic experience Absolutely amazing experience, very accommodating staff, great tour and amazing souvenirs in the gift shop! If you are looking to try Bordeaux wine, this is the place for you!
10. Juin, 2023.
A nice introduction to wine in a well done interactive museum We are not wine connoisseurs but our party of 4 thought that the museum provided an innovative and interactive way to learn about wine and the history of wine in Bordeaux. The tasting bar is on the top floor and provides a lovely view of the city. We enjoyed our visit.
martyn m
martyn m
5. Juin, 2023.
Lots of information about wine This was so informative. The museum is interesting. We learned so much from Deymi during the talk after. You taste different wines combined with some other things as well to enhance the tasting experience. Highly recommended! The shop has a well-curated selection of wines and they can tell you about them. An authentic experience.
31. Mai, 2023.
Bezoek deze zeker! Klein in vergelijking met het nieuwe museum, maar daardoor ook veel persoonlijker en gericht op de wijn historie van Bordeaux en Ommelanden. Beide musea zijn aan te bevelen, maar deze moet je zeker niet overslaan, alleen de proeverij is al erg leuk, waar die bij de grote nogal onpersoonlijk is.
12. Mai, 2023.
История Бордо вина. Хорошее место, пропитанное историей виноделия. Нет аудио гида, читать по инструкции не удобно.Дегустация вина очень хорошая.
9. Mai, 2023.
Excelente museo! Las exhibiciones son excelentes y los espacios muy agradables. Atentos con la degustación de una copa de vino, que incluye el costo de la entrada, tendrás que hacer una fila para tomar un ascensor, otra fila para recibir la copa y otra fila para bajar.
jhonatan f
jhonatan f
26. Avril, 2023.
Must go place in Bordeaux. It was amazing, the place is full of interesting information about the history of wine business in Bordeaux and about the history of wine itself . The tasting was very nice and the staff was very kind and friendly, for sure they made my experience so much better, the woman who led the tasting showed a lot of knowledge about the subject and brought several curiosities about the wine (10 out of 10). Also they have a good store with interesting items.
Anderson E
Anderson E
11. Avril, 2023.
Interesting A lovely little museum which the four of us enjoyed.. Quite educational on the beginning of wine trade in Bordeaux.....

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