This piece originally appeared on Decanter.com
An analyst for the London International Vintners Exchange believes the UK's vote to leave the European Union means a sudden end for the Bordeaux 2015 en primeur campaign, but there could be bargains available for opportunistic US buyers. Britain’s pound sterling plunged to record lows following the country’s surprise Brexit vote to leave the European Union (EU).
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That EU referendum result could have significant ramifications for the fine wine market in the UK, effectively making it instantly more expensive for sterling buyers to purchase European wines.