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1939. Léa Delmas a dix-sept ans. Sa famille possède le domaine de Montillac, au cœur du vignoble bordelais. Sa vie se résume aux senteurs de cette terre, à la lumière, à la tendresse des siens. La maison s'affaire aux préparatifs du bal... Mais la déclaration de guerre anéantit l'harmonie de cette fin d'été, et jette Léa dans le chaos. Elle découvre et affronte la débâcle, l’exode sous les bombes, la mort, l'occupation nazie, l'exploitation du domaine, la violence du plaisir, la fragilité des sentiments. En ces premières années de guerre, Léa est contrainte à des choix impossibles...


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