A village wine from the Mosel shore.
The trays that surround the village, nestled in the valley bottom of the Rupt-de-mad, rising to over 300 m.
In the eighteenth century, the vine is the main resource of the inhabitants of Arnaville.
The village retains a medieval organization inherited aîtres.
The aster or atrium means a defensive and fortified whole community of origin médiévale.primitivement, the aster designated the cemetery, sanctuary, and by extension of the fortified village. The houses huddled against each other are grouped in a horseshoe around the church. The aster was a place of refuge for the people but for the food that could be stored in cellars.
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