Home Bordeaux Cite du vin Bordeaux Cite du vin Bordeaux’s wine cultural museum, previously called ‘Cité des Civilisations du Vin‘ and now simply the Bordeaux ‘Cité du Vin‘, is set to open in April 2016. It has already cost millions of euros more than expected, plus several years, to build. Bordeaux’s mayor, Alain Juppé, has promised extra public funds to complete the project, which is envisaged as a centrepiece of Bordeaux’s wine tourism agenda. But, the Cité du Vin has not been designed as simply a museum of Bordeaux wine, it is also expected to be a cultural centre for the entire world of wine. A logo for the Bordeaux Cité du Vin was unveiled on 27 October 2015 and project managers said a shop at the centre would stock wines from ‘at least 87 countries’. The first vines were planted at Cité du Vin in 2013. Bordeaux Cité du Vin unveils new logo Bordeaux Cite des Civilisations du Vin 14m euros over budget All major structural work has been done on the planned wine cultural centre in Bordeaux, the Cite des Civilisations du Vin, but the project is set to cost millions of euros more than expected. First vines planted at Bordeaux Cite des Civilisations du Vin Bordeaux's new multi-million pound Cité des Civilisations du Vin made its debut this morning, as the first stone and set of vines were unveiled during a special preview ceremony. Cite des Civilisations du Vin opens US endowment fund Bordeaux's upcoming €63 million wine cultural center - due to open in 2016 – has founded a charitable endowment fund in the United States. Bordeaux unveils Cité des Civilisations du Vin The planned wine cultural centre for downtown Bordeaux has finally unveiled its name, three years after the project was first announced.