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Puyméras - Provence, France

Human presence is old and certified by a Neolithic flint workshop and a burial from the same period. Remains of a Gallo-Roman exploitation of the third and fourth centuries were discovered.
However, the Puyméras village was truly created in the Middle Ages. It was long under the domination of the Counts of Toulouse. Through marriages and separations, the fief came in the hands of various families, including the Taulignan and Montauban families.
Today, with its Cotes du Rhone vineyards, its olive, apricot & truffle groves, and its forest, Puyméras has a high agricultural value. Three domains have an organic approach to cultivate the vines.
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