Bordeaux is already a popular region for people on picturesque river cruises from 2016 will be able to learn about the history of wine and the different methods from country to country that are used when producing wine.
The centre has been greeted with joy by many local residents too as estimates have suggested that the new centre will bring in around €40 million to the area and will create around 700 jobs for local people.
The Wine Cultural Centre has been on the agenda for a number of years but the idea was finally given the green light, after years of failed attempts, last year.
The centre will also act as a great meeting place for professional winemakers as well as visitors who are holidaying in the area.
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