The museum of wine is situated in former limestone quarries. This unusual structure, strengthened with stone walls and pillars, constructed in the 19th century, was originally a cellar of the monastery of Minims. Today, the museum displays over 200 exhibits telling the story of wine trade, production process and the tools used in the ancient times.
Apart from the undisputedly interesting tour on history of wine, the place also has a little something for your taste buds. There’s a restaurant, Les Echansons, that offers some interesting, but quite pricey dishes. It is open from 12:00 to 15:00, Tuesday to Saturday. The wine tasting classes, which take place irregularly, a few times a year, are yet another attraction.