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Musings on Wine and Brexit

Contributor blog post by Liz Gabay:

A year ago, I was asked to write something on the economic impact on the wine trade of Brexit. I didn’t. Partially because I’m lazy, but mostly because I didn’t have the foggiest what would actually happen. At the time, I don’t think anyone did. Twelve months and a general election later, that’s still the case.

…Continue reading here for Ben Bernheim’s musings on the impact of Brexit on wine consumption in the UK. It’s a bit of a game of reading the tea leaves at the moment until more is known about  consumer preferences, changes in wine prices and tariffs (if any).

Ben Bernheim Wine Brexit

Via:: Elizabeth Gabay

      

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Elizabeth Gabay

Elizabeth Gabay

I first started coming to Provence regularly in the mid-1980s when, with my family, we invested in a small cottage in the central Var. I started to specialise in the wines of the area, selling them in the UK – way before Provencal rosé became fashionable. A 10 year pause in the 1990s while I worked at the Master of Wine degree, got married and had my two children before we decided to make a move to France full time. Based to the north of the wine region of Bellet and Nice since 2002, I write about the wines of south east France and Liguria (as well as other countries). I particularly enjoy the cultural and historical background to wine and some of the more obscure facts.

Visit Elizabeth Gabay MW here for covers south eastern France (and related topics).

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