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Vine and Wine Museum

Since 2010, the Vine and Wine Museum is meeting new challenges, adapting with the times and with the expectations of its visitors. Based on current practices of the wine-producing world in our regions, the Vine and Wine Museum puts them into their environmental and historical contexts. It presents six different collections each with major emphasis on interactive exhibits.

The Vine and Wine Museum was founded in 1971 by the Brotherhood of Guillon in a bid to save the endangered Vaudoise winegrowing heritage. The Wine and Vine Museum has brought together its collections focusing on winegrowers’ tools and on the cultural memoirs associated with the world of wine both in Switzerland and bordering nations.

Since 2010, the Vine and Wine Museum has become an important point of reference for the world of wine. It touches upon different themes such as the countryside, biodiversity, educating the palate, ecology, the economy, art and of celebration with the same enthusiasm as it reserves for the work of the winegrower, to the vines themselves and to the wine cellar.

Nouvelle exposition temporaire

Le Musée de la vigne, du vin et de l’étiquette propose une nouvelle exposition temporaire. Elle est consacrée aux Imagiers de la vigne et du vin....

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © C. Bornand

Nature and landscapes

Numerous photos as well as a film shot in the Chasselas triangle allow visitors to discover the hidden secrets of the vineyard.

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © C. Bornand

Long live the environment

Adults and children alike can discover all they need to know about vineyard production thanks to interactive workshops which are very much hands-on.

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © C. Bornand

Funny stories

Pictures, paintings, cartoons, films…it’s all good for a laugh, even in the world of wine....

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © J. Crespo

Beautiful parties and costumes

At the very top of the Castle, in the attic, the visitor can immerse himself in the regalia of the festivals and traditions of the wine producers.

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © J. Crespo

Gods of Wine and Patron Saints

From time immemorial, Gods and Patron Saints have been associated with wine and so are guaranteed a place of honour in the exhibitions of The Vine and Wine Museum.

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Musée de la Vigne et du Vin © C. Bornand

Wine drinking

Over the years and from different centuries, huge numbers of items have been collected which give us a precious insight into the history of wine through the ages.

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Labels in all their glory, the many facets of wine

Paintings, drawings, prints, … the wine label is as unique as a person or a signature. This is just what the new exhibition hall in the Vine and Wine Museum is dedicated to: Labels in all their glory, the many facets of wine!...

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Documentation

Aigle Castle

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Information

Aigle Castle

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Vine and Wine Museum

Aigle Château houses the Vine and Wine Museum. Don’t wait ; discover it now !

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Manifestation

Art & Création

Le 29 et 30 avril 2017, le Château d'Aigle devient la vitrine de la création régionale.

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Highlights

Exposition photo
"La Suisse à bout de bras"

Cette exposition photographique retrace le défi sportif que s'est lancé l'athlète paraplégique Silke

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Art & Création

Les 29 et 30 avril 2017, le Château d’Aigle devient la vitrine de la création régionale et reconduit

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Events

Feb
19

Aigle

Bingo

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Feb
19

Aigle

The mystery of wine

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Feb
23

Aigle

Track cycling race

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The Tourist Office is open during the following times (November to March) :
Mo-Fr : 8h30-12h and 13h30-17h / Sa, Su and public holidays : closed

 
Office du Tourisme Aigle, Rue Colomb 5, 1860 Aigle, Suisse - Tél +41 (0)24 466 30 00 - Fax +41 (0)24 466 30 03 - info@aigle-tourisme.ch
Association Touristique Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses, Réalisation MySwitzerland & DidWeDo*