Photos : Grape picking in the Beaujolais

  • Grape picking in the Beaujolais - JB Laissard copyright
  • Grape picking in the Beaujolais - JB Laissard copyright
  • Grape picking in the Beaujolais - JB Laissard copyright
  • Vendanges en Beaujolais - JB Laissard copyright
  • Vendanges en Beaujolais - D.Gillet copyright
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Grape picking in the Beaujolais region is usually great fun and very sociable. Of course, conditions are not always that easy and the work begins at dawn. But it’s also a time for sharing and for people to work together side by side.

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