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le vignoble de Meursault en Bourgogne
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Le vignoble de Meursault tout près de la ville de Beaune en Bourgogne. Photo prise en automne dans les hauteurs du village par Stéphane Waldmann. Le vignoble se pare de couleurs magnifiques et il fait bon se promener sur les chemins. La saison d'automne est très agréable pour découvrir la Bourgogne et ses vins.

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Chargée: 21/04/2010
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Tags: vineyard; burgundy; beaune; meursault
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