In the middle of the lush Dronne and its bucolic landscape, nestles the village of Brantôme, built around its Abbey, a high monument of French architectural and religious heritage. Surrounded by its stream, in the shade of a cliff, the village is a stone island in the heart of a green landscape. Périgord blanc is a still white wine that can be produced in the vineyards of Bordeaux and the Southwest, and more specifically in the wine regions of Entre-deux-mers and Bergerac. Administratively, the Périgord blanc can be produced in the departments of Dordogne and Lot. Chardonnay B, Chasan B … (See all the grape varieties) The Périgord blanc has the European label IGP (Protected Geographical Indication). Note that the IGP label has replaced the VDP label (Vin De Pays) since 2009. It also has the “zone” label. The term “Zone” corresponds to a delimited area which can be a department, a municipality or a canton.