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Visits inns, St. James, Chateau Cordellion-Bages, and Chateau du Foulon. Takes a look at the city of Bordeaux; discusses Medoc wines; tells about the 18th century project to change swampy and sandy parts of Bordeaux into forested land; and takes the viewer out into Arcachon Bay, which is famous for its oysters.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 3, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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