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This website is governed by French and international copyright and intellectual property laws. Reproduction of part or all of the contents of this website in electronic or paper form (including downloaded documents) is strictly prohibited, unless permission is expressly granted by the Publication Director.
Le Sommelier endeavours to ensure
that the material made available to the users is accurate at the time of
Le Sommelier will not be liable for damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the use of this material.
Le Sommelier will not be liable for the use of the content of this website. The presence of hyperlinks to external websites does not make Le Sommelier responsible for the content of any such external websites.
Le Sommelier reserves the right to modify, correct or delete the website content.
You may create a hyperlink pointing at the content of Le Sommelier, subject to quoting the source of the targeted content. This permission does not apply to websites publishing material of controversial, pornographic, xenophobic material, or material that may, to a larger extent, harm the sensitivity of the larger audience or the public order.
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