Photos : Beaujolais beauties at spring

  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring JB Laissard copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring. Daniel Gillet copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring. Daniel Gillet copyright
  • Beaujolais at spring Daniel Gillet copyright
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Spring is the opportunity to discover the Beaujolais region on the day of renewal. Soft green trees and hills, flowers and vines with budding leaves invade the landscape.

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    From Chânes nearly all the way to Lyon, you'll receive a warm welcome in dozens of municipalities from locals who will be only too pleased to help you discover their heritage, wines and delicacies.