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by Didier Ters

Moulis Listrac download ebook
Didier Ters
Jacques Legrand; First Edition edition (1990)
190 pages
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Moulis Listrac - Didier Ters - Jacqes Legrand - 1990. Moulis Listrac 1987 Didier Ters Grand Bernard vins France oenologie Bordeaux.

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Winery/Vineyard in Listrac-Médoc, Aquitaine, France. Closes in 30 minutes. About vignerons associés moulis listrac et cussac-fort-médoc. Producteurs-récoltants depuis 1935.

Castle visit and tasting of Margaux wines. miles from Le Relais de Listrac.

Moulis-en-Médoc is a commune in the Gironde department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France. The village is situated in the Médoc on a hill, overhanging the Tiquetorte stream, which flows into the Gironde estuary. In ancient times, vineyards were cultivated in Moulis as three Gallo-Roman establishments have already been discovered. It is this era that the famous grape variety biturica dates from, an ancestor of the cabernet variety.

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