The Museum of the Community of Montalcino and Brunello originated from the need never to forget the great richness and variety of the heritage of history and traditions.
This heritage is composed of skills and crafts, of a way of living, dressing, eating and working, of the little objects, the postcards, the prints, the oxcarts and all the things big and small that have made up the life of our people for a thousand years.
The Museum of Brunello is closed from December 1st 2018 to March 1st 2019 for new exhibitions. If you would like to have information, please contact the following telephone number (+39) 577 841111 or email email@example.com
The Museum in its halls the soul of a country known today for its wine, always the protagonist of a story of tenacity, work, struggle, but also the joy of life, culture, respect for self, others and nature
Over 1,500 square meters of objects, photographs, documents, films, including wandering, alone or accompanied by guides, to discover the reasons of a myth.
There are two thematic tours of the museum.
The first tells the Brunello di Montalcino Community before, the ancient crafts, the sharecropping life.
The second tells the story of the Brunello di Montalcino wine explaining what is this, how did, who were the pioneers, what are the vineyard and cellar work, finally the Montalcino terroir and its many microclimates.
In the Brunello Museum is also the Brunello Labyrinth: an exhibition of over 200 bottles of wine cellars of Montalcino.
The Museum is not to be a deposit of agricultural tools, but a journey into the community: you want to rebuild, through everyday objects, the life journey of a lost generation.
The Brunello Museum is open to visitors and it is also possible to book private group visits.
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 12:30PM – 2:30PM – 6PM (7PM in Summertime). Closed Wednesdays.
Full Price: € 5
Reduced price: € 2,5 | Senior (over 65 years old); Junior (12-18 years old); groups (minimum 20 people); Fattoria dei Barbi customers (WineShop, Wine Tours, Taverna dei Barbi, Apartments)
Free admissions | Children under 12 years old; 3 guides accompanying groups
Single added price (€ 5) for guided visit