We visited the Wine Museum, which is located in the Tourism Activity Centre, along with the Grand Prix Museum, just off Lotus Square, not far from the Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal. It seems entrance is now free for the Wine Museum and you have the option to partake in a bit of wine tasting if you like, MOP15 for three wines. This is very cheap compared to wine tasting elsewhere in the world. Overall, we found the Wine Museum to be the second best of the three museums we visited over the weekend.
What we liked about this museum was the backroom that had a wine vineyard display some old wine pressing equipment and a half dozen cellar storage areas with some old wines, dating from as early as the 1850s on display! This was a very impressive collection.
We also enjoyed the wine tasting area where for just MOP15 per person, you could taste three of six wine choices. The selections change every three months so repeat visits for the wine tasting are possible. There was also a wine purchase area if you liked any of the wines you tried, as is typical with wine tasting experiences.
The Wine Museum is less child-friendly than to the excellent Grand Prix Museum, which is next door. However, as this museum is now free, you might as well make a quick stop even if you are not much interested in the cultivation, processing, selling and tasting of wines. Those that enjoy wine tasting will find this a nice little visit while in Macau.
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