Series: Le guide Hachette des vins

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Les Vins de France, Hachette, 1989 by Pascal Ribereau-Gayon1989
Le Hachette 1992 des vins by Helene Nguyen1992
Le Guide Hachette des Vins 1995 by Adélaide Barbey1995
Le Guide Hachette des Vins 2000/Hachette Wine Guide (FRENCH) by Hachette Group2000
Le Guide Hachette des vins, édition 2002 by Collectif2002
Guide Hachette des vins 2003 by Guide Hachette2003
Le Guide Hachette des vins 2004 by Catherine Montalbetti2004
Le Guide Hachette des vins, édition 2005 by French2005
Le Guide Hachette des Vins 2006 by Christian Asselin2006
Le guide Hachette des vins by P. Bidan2007
Le guide Hachette des vins 2008 by François Bachelot2008
Le Guide Hachette des Vins : Coffret en 2 volumes : Le Guide Hachette des vins ; Fromages et vins by François Bachelot2008 + companion
Le guide Hachette des vins 2009 by François Bachelot2009
Le guide Hachette des vins 2010 by Collectif2010

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