Dordogne/Bergerac Wine

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Bergerac is a region in southwest France. Mostly Bordeaux varieties are used here, both for red and white wines, though more exotic varieties such as Fer and Merille for red and Ondenc, Chenin Blanc, and Ugni Blanc for white are also used. In addition to these Bordeaux-style dry red and white wines, there is also a confusing web of appellations that produce botrytized sweet wine. Of these, Monbazillac is the best known, but all can represent excellent value, due in large part to their obscurity.
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