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vineyard near Meusault in Burgundy
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Meursault vineyard close to the city of Beaune in Burgundy. The photo was tanken in autumn at the top of the hill by Stéphane Waldmann. The vineyard is filled with beatifull colors and its a really nice season to discover Burgundy and wine.

Copyright: Stephane Waldmann
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