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Qingdao Wine MuseumQingdao Wine Museum
68 Yan'an 1st Road (Qingdao Red Wine Street)
Telephone: +86 (532) 8272-7866; 8293-7470; 8271-2199
ShiBei District > Qingdao Beer Museum Area
Qingdao, Shandong Province. P.R. China
青岛红酒坊特色街, 延安一路, 中国山东省青岛市市北区
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Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Admission: 50元

Qingdao's Wine Museum, located in an old underground air-raid shelter on Yan'an 1st Road (Qingdao Red Wine Street) near Qingdao's famous beer street, is China's largest wine museum. Covering an area of more than 8,000 square meters, it displays the long honored processes and traditions of viticulture in the region. Visitors can sample over 17 different countries' rendition of grape wine. The museum also has a "wine bank" that offers connoisseurs a chance to store their own vintage. The entrance fee is 50 RMB per head, with a coupon for a glass of wine (from the hundreds of options at Wine Bank).

The Qingdao Wine Museum offers 50% off for residents with valid ID, and 40% off for members for any group of 10 or more. Visit for more information.

Qingdao Red Wine Street opened on September 22nd, 2009. Brands Include: Aussino Cellar, Isabella, Lauduc, Latour Laguens, Custer, Nelson Mandela, Les Crus de Meditérranée, and ZhuoWeiNong just to name a few.


+1 # Jada 2012-01-11 16:59
Tried to Google "Qingdao Wine Museum" but got an Asian porno website instead! Does anyone know if they will be closed for the Lunar New Year? I'm hoping to visit during the Chinese New Year and hope to take in some of the sights.
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+1 # Crystal 2012-01-12 15:18
The Red Wine Museum said they will be open throughout spring festival, even on the 23rd which is the Chinese New Year.
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+1 # Christopher 2010-04-26 21:39
Wine Museum - Red Wine Street:
Went there on 25.04. and liked the museum part a lot. Teaches visitors a lot about wine and exhibitions are new and well done. Only few parts are in English though -- and don't expect to be able to drink too much wine. We couldn't sample 17 kinds of wine but rather only given one small glass with a choice of Italian or Chilean wine to taste. Let's hope that will change in the future.
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