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You’ll be surprised! How big is the museum of wine in France?

With an area of about 14.000 sq. m. and different floors dedicated to…the wine, the La Cité du Vin, which opened a few days ago, its doors, is the largest wine museum in the world. A look at the construction again, it will convince you that this is the most designer!The museum La Cité du Vin (city of wine) is located in Bordeaux, France -a city synonymous with good wine and it is a unique multi-purpose space, in which in addition to the exhibits housed auditorium, screening room and specially designed spaces that will accommodate lectures, tastings, screenings and a variety of cultural activities, with a focus on always wine. Next to them, and restaurants, wine bars, shops and beautiful gardens.In the cellar of the included no less than 14.000 bottles of wine which have been chosen one by one the Andréas Larsson (Meilleur Sommelier du Monde 2007) and Michel Rolland -known as the “flying oenologist” for the advice they provide at various wineries in the world. The heart of the museum the 2nd floor, it travels the visitor in time and space, learning everything about wine through 19 themed areas and more than 120 audiovisual productions. In plus, the unique view from the 8th floor of the museum, where you can enjoy your wine, by choosing from a list of the best wines in the world.As for the building, it is architectural masterpiece, with a lot of curves external (would you say that it is reminiscent of, and a carafe of wine) and incredible design within, with large wooden structures that look like big bottles and really empty wine bottles that “dress” some of the walls, are just a few of the impressive details

With an area of about 14.000 sq. m. and different floors dedicated…
in wine, the La Cité du Vin, which opened a few days ago, its doors, is the largest wine museum in the world. A look at the construction again, it will convince you that this is the most designer!
The museum La Cité du Vin (city of wine) is located in Bordeaux, France -a city synonymous with good wine and it is a unique multi-purpose space, in which in addition to the exhibits housed auditorium, screening room and specially designed spaces that will accommodate lectures, tastings, screenings and a variety of cultural activities, with a focus on always wine. Next to them, and restaurants, wine bars, shops and beautiful gardens.
In the cellar of the included no less than 14.000 bottles of wine which have been chosen one by one the Andréas Larsson (Meilleur Sommelier du Monde 2007) and Michel Rolland -known as the “flying oenologist” for the advice they provide at various wineries in the world. The heart of the museum the 2nd floor, it travels the visitor in time and space, learning everything about wine through 19 themed areas and more than 120 audiovisual productions. In plus, the unique view from the 8th floor of the museum, where you can enjoy your wine, by choosing from a list of the best wines in the world.
As for the building, it is architectural masterpiece, with a lot of curves external (would you say that it is reminiscent of, and a carafe of wine) and incredible design within, with large wooden structures that look like big bottles and really empty wine bottles that “dress” some of the walls, are just a few of the impressive details

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