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World's Best Wine Museums Featuring the Most Hygienic of Beverages!

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World's Best Wine Museums

Stupendous extraction from popular vineyards is something that defines the taste of the best wines! Wine lovers…here is a museum destination that you will love to find yourself in!

Wine is the most hygienic beverage to celebrate your special moments. Your celebrations would certainly be something different if you explore these museums for knowing more about wine varieties. Here's a small list of the world's finest wine museums for you.

1. Bordeaux Wine and Trade Museum, France

This famous wine museum is located in a historic building (constructed in 1720) that flung open its gates to the public in June 2008. This venue comprises of three semi-undergrounded cells and depicts a huge collection of unique historical materials; moreover, it documents helpful information about wine trade during the Middle Ages. It is home to many documents related to historic classification including 1855 Medoc and Sauternes, 1953 Graves, and 1955 Saint-Emilion. The museum holds a dedicated area for wine tasting and a gift shop as well.

2. Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum, Santorini, Greece

This museum is located inside a natural cave, eight meters below the ground. It is the only museum of its kind and its rare exhibits include winemaking machinery and tools that give off a feel of another era. After the tour, visitors are invited to the tasting room for savoring four wines made by the Kuotsoyannopoulos Winery.

3. Wineseum: The California Wine Museum, US

Just arrived! This museum is a recent launch that consists of nine galleries exhibiting the "interactive and immersive" features of the US wine industry. The experiences that this museum provides to its viewers are totally different from other museums. Here, you can experience the process of winemaking from the beginning till the end. Strolling through its nine galleries, you can see artifacts such as pruning tools, antique grape presses, lug boxes, barrels and boxes.

These museums are informative, interesting, and most importantly entertaining! So, what are you waiting for? Explore these wonderful wine museums around the world, as soon as you can!