Wine

We have selected a range of whites, reds and sweet natural
Viticulture is growing considerably in the Middle Ages. Few farmers who do not grow some vines. The taste is rather light and the white wines. Full-bodied red wines become fashionable in the fourteenth century.
What we drank? Water first, called'' eve'' water in northern France,'' and'' ...

We have selected a range of whites, reds and sweet natural
Viticulture is growing considerably in the Middle Ages. Few farmers who do not grow some vines. The taste is rather light and the white wines. Full-bodied red wines become fashionable in the fourteenth century.
What we drank? Water first, called'' eve'' water in northern France,'' and'' acute in southern France, which was pouring spout ewer and various alcoholic beverages.
In favorable areas, vines encircled cities, including Paris, famous for its wines hills Conflans, Fontenay-sous-Bagneux (now Fontenay-aux-Roses), Montreuil, Issy, Vanves, Clamart, Noisy the Great Meudon, Suresnes, Nogent, Montmartre - which remains a'' square'' last
Among the famous vineyards Beaune, St. Pourçain, Muscadet, Arbois, Malvasia Orleans, La Rochelle, or Nerac Picque-Ardents. Besides Bordeaux and its wines clairets'''' which became clarets, went to full aisles to England and Flanders.

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