The museum is located in the very center of Eupatoria, near the Pushkin Theater. There guests can learn the history of winemaking on the peninsula from the antiquity to the present day, see rare exhibits, as well as taste the best Crimean wines and take them home.  

The most valuable exhibits of the museum are Greek ceramic vessels for wine, which are about 2,500 years old, and a stone bas-relief depicting Dionysus − the ancient god of viticulture and winemaking. There is a tasting room and a wine shop in the museum, where connoisseurs of a grape drink can find wines with long-term aging, as well as original wine brands.