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Length of the route : 10.6 km Town : Hannonville-sous-les-Côtes

Lorraine has a rich wine tradition from Roman antiquity. The vineyards are developed on the coast north-south and east facing, which make the most of the sun. Lorraine vineyard flourished until the nineteenth century, then declined for several reasons: phylloxera wine competition southern wars. Since the twentieth century, the hills are mostly planted with plum. However, since the late 1980s, there was a significant recovery in viticulture which increased in quantity and quality. Today, in the coasts of Meuse, there are 40 hectares classified as IGP Côtes de Meuse grown by five growers who produce white wines, red and gray.

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    The folk museum is located in a village at the foot of the Meuse Hills. The vis

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