In 2002, Michelle Elzay began photographing the Benedictine nuns of the Saint Marie Du Maumont convent, in the Charente in France.
Many of these same grapes noted above are also tapped for producing Cognac in the Charente.
Lucien, making his first appearance before the most exacting public in the Charente, seemed to be nervous.
The trouble came on an afternoon, the third week from the Charente.
The Charente, although by no means one of the largest rivers of France, well deserves to be called one of the most capricious.
It comprises the secondary basins of the Adour and the Charente.
The chief of these is the beautiful Parc Franois 1er overlooking the Charente.
Cerizet called for Mlle. Signol, and the two walked by the Charente.
The Charente region, the grapes of which furnish brandy, as do those of Armagnac (department of Gers).
Aix, Isle of, island in the Atlantic, at the mouth of the Charente.