Opened in 2008, the Malaga Museum of Wine (Museo del Vino) celebrates one of Spain’s most important wine regions, famous for its muscatel. Housed in the eighteenth century Palacio de Biedmas, the museum traces the history of wine-making in the province through a collection of wine labels, posters and artifacts.
Visitors to the museum will learn about the province’s five districts and three wine-growing regions (Denominacion de Origin), as well as the types of grapes grown in each. A tasting room allows museum goers to sample wines produced in Malaga.
The museum ticket price includes two wine tastings, and additional wine tastings are 1€ each.