Tomás Clancy on wine: Bergerac is making a comeback

Winemakers in the region are producing well-priced wines which are giving Bordeaux a run for its money

11th August, 2019
The vineyards of Bergerac, situated along the Dordogne river in south-western France

The threat of Brexit is looming increasingly large in the European wine trade, and many are worried about the consequences. There is a feeling of dread for the future, but there may be some guidance available, because this is not the first time England has ripped up a European trade treaty and sought one-to-one deals to its advantage.

In fact, something very similar happened almost 800 years ago when King Henry III implemented his own...

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