Credits & Legal Notice

Credits

Site editor : Cognac de Montleau – Logis de la Coudraie 16120 Bellevigne – France
Site creator : Société n141.com – 42, rue du Nord 16100 Cognac – www.n141.com
Photos : Stéphane Charbeau / n141.com – 16100 Cognac
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Legal notice

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