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Ardon Vineyards(Vines) it tablards in the valley of the Rhône
Switzerland
Tablard terme régional de Suisse Romande et de Savoie pour désigner une petite terrasse aménagée pour la culture de la vigne. Ici petite vigne de 99 m2.
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