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On a golden autumn evening in Provence we drive down an avenue of plane trees planted by Napoleon III to shade his troops on the march. Beyond the polished white trunks lie small vineyards where each leaf seems infused with an artist’s palette of yellows brushed with scarlet and bronze.

Everything has a luminous quality. It’s the celebrated light of Provence that attracted van Gogh and other Impressionists to this part of France.

We’re on our way to a gala dinner at the historic Château du Duché

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