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Vineyards of Saint-Michel-de-Montaigne
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Vineyards of Saint-Michel-de-Montaigne seats on the route between Bordeaux to Bergerac in the valleys of Dordogne region. The endless rows of vineyards is either privately owned or handled by corporation of wine breweries such as St Émilion and Black Horse. The privately owned vineyards are mostly personally taken care of for where tasting and product sales are directly done on a daily basis. The produce ranges from white, rose and red wines.

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Uploaded: 23/07/2013
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Tags: grapes; wine; vineyard; jardin; st emilion; chateau; chadonnay; sparkling; rose; white wine; red wine; st michel; de montaigne
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