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Founded in 1955 as the first oenological museum south of the Alps, the South Tyrol Museum of Wine is today a branch of the Provincial Museum of Ethnography in Dietenheim (Teodone) near Bruneck (Brunico). It is located in the former tithe cellars of the ruling princes of Tyrol in the center of Kaltern (Caldaro) on the Weinstrasse (Wine Route) and offers a view of the time-honored winemaking tradition in the province. The itinerary takes the visitor through the different working seasons of winegrowers in the olden days and at the same time provides an idea of the significance of wine for the popular culture of South Tyrol.
1 Apr–11 Nov
Tue–Sat 10–5 pm
Sun, public holidays 10–12
Closed 1 Nov
- €5.00 adults
- €3.70 groups (15 or more), elderly (over 65 years), students (under 27 years)
- €0.50 students in school groups
- €10,00 families (2 adults, children to 14 years)
The South Tyrolean Wine Museum is located in the heart of the wine growing village of Caldaro - Kaltern.