Editors' Picks Brexit? What Brexit? Champagne-makers promise corks will keep popping
Champagne makers say Britain's three-century love affair with champagne will not end with Brexit, shrugging off fears that a chaotic departure - possibly in a matter of weeks - could wreak havoc in their number one export market. Mia Womersley reports.
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