Entrance Wine Museuem near Hotel Clermont-Ferrand Sud Aubière, T

Museum of wine "Cave à Madame"

Educational tool, a witness of tradition and renewal of the wine, the Museum of Vine and Wine is an invitation to discover the products, landscapes and architectural heritage of the vineyard Lower Auvergne. The museum showcases the skills and features objects from the late 19th century until the mid-twentieth century. At the end of the seventeenth century, the cellars of the museum belong to Gilberte de la Roche-Brillant, heir to the lordship of Aubière. The place therefore became known as "Cave Madame."

Housed in cellars dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Museum of Vine and Wine leads the visitor to travel back in time, in the heart of the traditions of the Auvergne vineyard. Going through the villages and hillsides of Limagne, visitors can enter the site was occupied and still occupy the vine and wine in the Auvergne region.
We discover, in succession, a slideshow, a room with an amazing sound system reconstitution of the vegetative cycle in one year, exhibitions of winemaker tools, a cooper's workshop, a show of light and sound in the winery recounting the steps winemaking to the festivities surrounding the grape harvest and the wine world. This tour of about an hour will end in the conviviality of a free tasting of the best selection of current Auvergnes Côtes ...

The Conservatory of grapes: the outdoor area, bordering the parking lot of the museum, this full wine, different grape varieties planted in Auvergne over time such as: Brumeau the Épinou, Ruby, red Damascus, Portuguese blue ... and Luxembourg varietals offered by the twin city (Grevenmacher): Riesling, Auxerrois, Pinot gris.