The park features 20 interactive areas and exhibits meant to explain the culture and history of wine, per the report. The place also boasts a 250-seat auditorium for classes and other events, spaces for tasting sessions led by serious wine experts, and even a boat simulator ride that plops you on the deck of a wine merchant traveling the world.
Of course, there's plenty of space to sip, slurp, slosh, and whatever else you like to do with fancy wine throughout the beautiful 10-story space. In fact, the top two floors of the building are home to the Belvedere wine saloon, which along with serving food and wine, offers a huge selection of bottles from 80 countries and panoramic views of the nearby wine country. We can already hear all the glasses clinking.
Philippe Massol, the director of La Cité du Vin, told Condé Nast Traveler the goal is to make the park the world's cultural center of wine. Well, cheers to that.