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I think we've just found Aladins Wine Cave

A visit to the wine store of Julian de Savignac is a must every time we visit Le Bugue and... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
BlueMarlinstravellog
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Sittingbourne, United Kingdom
grand wine buying

In this small village on the Vezere River (a tributary of the Dordogne River) a very popular wine... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2016
FranY44
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Noosaville, Queensland, Australia
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Aug 15, 2017
“I think we've just found Aladins Wine Cave”
Nov 2, 2016
“grand wine buying”
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Avenue de la Liberation, 24260 Le Bugue, France
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Reviewed 15 August 2017

A visit to the wine store of Julian de Savignac is a must every time we visit Le Bugue and certainly will help you part with your hard earned holiday cash. You arte always made truly welcome from the moment that we enter what can...More

1  Thank BlueMarlinstravellog
Reviewed 3 November 2016

In this small village on the Vezere River (a tributary of the Dordogne River) a very popular wine shop (cave) with expert staff to aid you in your choices. (English too) Having read English author Martin Walker's Inspector Bruno books st in this region, we...More

Thank FranY44
Reviewed 4 August 2016

If you happen to live (or rent for the holidays) near one of Julien de Savignacs stores, go and stock up on wine and liquor. The shop in Le Bugue is well stocked - obviously specialising in the wines of the region, but also a...More

Thank Olejakob
Reviewed 1 July 2016

For those like me who have nothing more than a rudimentary understanding of the great wines of the world, a visit to the wine store of Julian de Savignac will surely go a long way to help you decide what is worth spending your hard...More

3  Thank Philip c
Reviewed 4 June 2016

This is the wine store in the Martin Walker books about Bruno, Chief of Police ,which is set in Le Bugue. It is excellent in both quality of wines and variety of prices, from vin de table that you can fill up for your own...More

2  Thank Graham C
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