Le sang de la vigne (2011– )
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Bordeaux-based enologist (wine expert) Benjamin Lebel interrupts work on his next original wine publication, assisted by haughty relative and eager Virgile, to identify a Grand Cru château ... See full summary »

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(after: "Le sang de la vigne, tome 9: Saint Petrus et le saigneur"), (after: "Le sang de la vigne, tome 9: Saint Petrus et le saigneur") | 5 more credits »
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Alexandre Hamidi ...
Virgile
Catherine Demaiffe ...
Mathilde
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Jounenaze
Vincent Winterhalter ...
Claire Nebout ...
France
Jean Benguigui ...
Massip
Frédéric Quiring ...
Éric Massip
Christian Loustau ...
Le procureur
Laurence Masliah ...
La naturopathe
Valérie Ancel ...
La patronne Fernande
Philippe Caulier ...
Alfred, le caviste
Pascal Aubert ...
L'entrepreneur
Françoise Goubert ...
Fille Prébourg
David Mira-Jover ...
Adjoint Barbaroux
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Bordeaux-based enologist (wine expert) Benjamin Lebel interrupts work on his next original wine publication, assisted by haughty relative and eager Virgile, to identify a Grand Cru château from Pomerol for police detective Barbaroux. It's used as signature in a ritual, filling one glass more each time, at a serial killer's successive murder scenes and a wartime tomb. Although told by the rude inspector to butt out, Lebel, who also receives anonymous, old pictures of the victims, works out they all had something to do with World War II, which the château vintage dates from too, and possibly with Vichy collaboration. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 February 2011 (France)  »

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