This Museum's not far from my Hotel and this's one of six museum where you can use Museum Pass....urm I'm not drinker but that great to know about information regarding the wine and the grapevines...and can see mannequins displayed with various regional dresses of different regions of Portugal.
Don't forgot to try to taste different types of wine!!
From here you can also visit the Grand Prix Museum which located in the same building by paying a joint ticket of 20 patacas.
Opening hours ::: Open everyday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Closed on Tuesdays
Under 10 and over 60 : Free
11 - 18 : 5 patacas
Adults 15 patacas (including wine tasting)
Located in the same building as the Grand Prix Museum, the Wine Museum offers an interesting and educational look into the history and process of--predominantly Portuguese--winemaking. Even the children found it interesting. For the casual wine enthusiast (especially with kids in tow), 30-45 minutes is plenty for this museum, but well worth the visit. Guests 18 and older can enjoy a free tasting at the end of the tour.
Purchase an admission pass for $25 HK per adult for admission to 5 Macau museums. Hours: 10:00 - 18:00.
There have about 1000 differet mark of wine Portugal and some Chinese wine, like Great wall, Zhangyu, visitor can taste different types of wine (wine tasting - "Prova de vinhos"), an experience included in the ticket price.
Located beside the Grand Prix Museum, the Wine Museum showcases wines from the different regions of Portugal...a testament to Macau's Portuguese heritage.
The wine museum is smallish but not half bad. You get a glass of wine with entry. I learned a little about wine regions of Portugal and the picture shows grape shape names.