If you are travelling or planning about making a fantastic wine route, you can not miss these museums where wine and food are the protagonists. Take note and write them down in your personal calendar. And enjoy the wine!
Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture, Spain
In Spain, one of the most interesting museums in the world about wine, and also one of the oldest, is the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture. Catalogued by the World Tourism Organization-UN as the best wine museum in the world, it allows you to travel back no less than 8,000 years of history with 20,000 works of art. There are authentic archaeological pieces with hundreds of years of history and much more modern works by creators such as Picasso, Sorolla, Juan Gris, Chillida, Barceló, Genovés, or Warhol. But there is more because it allows you to enter the cellar, make tastings, attend conferences and workshops, and be able to see 220 varieties of wine from around the world.
Pleven Wine Museum, Bulgaria
Located inside a cave, in the park of Kaylaka, in Bulgaria, there are many objects related to the viticultural tradition of the city. Being in a park, we can also see its flora and vegetation. In the museum, as in many others of this type, there is place for tastings of its wines.
Gingerbread Museum, Poland
There is not much wine, but some curiosities. In Poland, the Gingerbread Museum (Muzeum Piernika) offers its visitors a glimpse of the rituals and traditions involved in the cooking of gingerbread. Activities, temporary exhibitions, interactive actions, and the chance to participate while baking your own gingerbread.
Frietmuseum in Bruges, Belgium
Maybe you did not know that the origin of French fries is in Belgium. That is why we find here this museum, divided into three parts. The history of French fries is exhibited along 400 antique objects on display. The option to taste the fries at the end of the visit is also included.
Currywurst Museum, Berlin
It could not be anywhere else, since the sausage of the city of Berlin is currywurst. Fine slices of sausages with curry-flavoured tomato sauce. In the museum we can see how this food became so popular, thanks to interactive exhibits and much more. Do not forget to try them at the various street stalls in the city.
Viña Alberdi Crianza 2012
Terlan Lagrein 2017