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Bergerac is a wine region and appellation in southwest France, covering an area along the Dordogne river. The art of growing and tasting wine is one of the most distinctive features of French culture. The Romans were the first to introduce wine into the Dordogne Valley, benefitting from the sunny weather and the warmth of the area. Nowadays, thousands of Appellation wines – red, rosé, dry and sweet white – are produced throughout the valley, from the hills of the upper Quercy down to the Gironde, opposite the great châteaux of the Médoc.

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