This huge wine park is a promotion tool for Beaujolais producer Duboeuf but also a very fine window on the world of wine. Your visit will start in the Salle des Pas Perdus, the concourse of a 1900s-style train station, where you get your ticket for a journey into the history of wine-growing, its tools and phases in production. The visit ends with a tasting session in the tasting room. At the station, opposite Hameau Duboeuf, the close link between wine and the railways in the 19C and 20C is explained. It houses the fine imperial wagon used by Napoleon III.
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