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As wine lovers we had high expectations for the museum, however the experience was not as accessible as we hoped as we do not read French. Interesting artifacts, but the textual materials were useless.
Definitely worth a visit if you are interested in wine. Be aware though that not all exhibits are translated into English so it might not be as good for non-French speakers. The museum is set in a beautiful building too. I don’t mind paying for...More
I did find entering this museum a little unwelcoming but perhaps that was because of my very basic French skills. It was also very hot when we went so I was probably not concentrating. Nevertheless there were lots of exhibits that explored the development of...More
This hidden gem in Beaune is worth a visit for anyone interested in the world of wines and wine production in the Burgundy region. The exhibits are informative and interesting once you figure out the flow of the museum (it could be a bit confusing...More
The museum is situated in the ancient part of Beaune, well and beautifully hidden. The exposition is informative but lacks the focus of orientation on non-french-speaking visitors. The main information boards are presented in English, but more than 75% is only readable if your French...More
Pinot noir wines in cote d or in all categories overestimated and over priced. I this grape can hardly compete with syrrah, zindernel, cabernet sauvignon. Which you can find in great quality for normal prices
Well laid out wine museum in the centre of Beaune. Lovely old building - a perfect setting despite the extraordinarily creaky floor in the final upstairs room with the large tapestries!
As other reviewers have noted there is not a lot of information in English...More