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Come in, and marvel at the sights and smells as you stroll around... You will be immersed in the story of a family saga. You will learn how, in 1866, the inventive and pioneering Violet brothers came up with the idea of a beverage made with wine and...more
A fascinating place to visit and close to the town centre. We had an informative tour with English audio-guides and thoroughly enjoyed tasting the end products. The gift shop also has a great collection of wines to purchase, as well as sundry souvenirs. Very friendly...More
Romain M, Agent d'accueil at Caves Byrrh, responded to this reviewResponded 1 June 2018
Hello ! Thank you very much for your friendly comment. We hope you enjoyed the tour and it will be a plesure to welcome you again this summer !
We turned to be the only family registering for the tour at 10.45. so we had a private tour with interactive presentation on various screens in several locations of the factory.
Very nice to see a mix of old and new, and the large wine...More
Romain M, Agent d'accueil at Caves Byrrh, responded to this reviewResponded 28 March 2018
Thank you very much Stevie! We hope you enjoyed the experience!
We joined the 4pm tour and were surprised that the Byrrh factory was in such a prominent position in the town. The tour was cheap (3.50 having picked up a special voucher at a previous stop) and lasted 1.5 hours including a delicious tasting at...More
We are staying near Thuir and as it was raining today we thought we would visit the Caves. It was interesting to see the huge barrels of wine plus hear the story of the brothers who started the business, told in a series of short...More
We visited the winery by coach. It is very interesting to see the early history of such a place, we had audio guides and as we travelled within the site, many facts were presented including posters and video displays. Some of the oak vats were...More