It is difficult to explain on paper what the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture is and what it has to offer, but I will try. In any case, I think it's best to come and see it and feel it. Because they are 4,000 square metres and six rooms, one exterior, devoted to valuing the relationship between man and wine over 8,000 years of history. All with a single goal: to educate, teach, spread and interact with wine as a civilising element. And all of it from experience, sensitivity, respect and innovation.
When we were contemplating this project in the late 1990s, everyone told us we were crazy. Today, almost two decades later, this Museum is respected as one of the great icons of the Culture of Wine in the world. And we are proud of this. It was a part of our dream and that's why, when my father asked me to develop the project, I applied all my knowledge and passion to carry it out.
The Museum occupies a surface area of 4,000 m2 including 5 permanent exhibition halls, a hall for temporary exhibitions and, outside, the Garden of Bacchus, a collection of grapevines which boasts more than 220 varieties from around the world.