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Traditional and modern production styles in one visit - illuminating!

Saint Emilion Grand Cru wines on a relatively small scale in a location where wine is produced under two Chateau names - one using traditional methods and the other modern - a fascinating comparison and commendable wines too. Tours can be made in small groups and you can even book a picnic - assuming the weather plays fair! A great way to get a quick peek behind the scenes without needing to spend 3 or 4 hours traipsing around! Getting to the Chateau was a bit of a trial for us, but only because they were replacing the rails on the line down the hill from the Chateau, meaning all roads from that side were blocked! Approach is probably best from the town of St. Emilion itself!

Saint Emilion: Guided Winery Tour & Wine Tasting Reviewed by David, 05/06/2019

An Amazing Exhibition on all aspects of the history of wine making.

I found out about this exhibition while googling top attractions to visit in Bordeaux. I booked online at €20 each and easily parked in the accompanying car park. My family and I spent about 3 hours there using our headphones and tuning into about 100 different stations. The actual building is ultra modern with a 360 degree viewing floor of the area at the top. There is a huge bar where we were offered one small drink of wine to taste. This was disappointing considering the grandeur of the rest of the experience. And the fact I had paid €80 for my family to be there.

A very interesting and enjoyable experience in a fantastic setting.

I particularly liked the history details, the people speaking from different parts of the world and the interactive sensory area. One negative is that a couple of the screens in the countries display at the start could be better positioned so people watching one display do not block the view of those at the neighboring display. Bordeaux and Spain was one and California and Argentina was another. The latter would be very easy to fix.

Best wine museum ever and overall experience. Kudos!!!

The moment you walked in, you knew this was a special place. The interactive technology is brilliant. The cinema was thrilling. The wine tasting and wine staff made this event over the top. Nothing even close to this in the world. See my review onTrip Advisor.

Worth to see different levels of chateaus gaining more experience

Very appreciated the guide trying her best sharing much useful info during the traveling, however, I’d like to suggest playing record instead, so that she could concentrate on driving then we could move much faster.

From Bordeaux: Morning Wine Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 01/05/2019