Nightbringer | The Arthurian Online Encyclopedia


In Arthur’s day, wine was an uncommon beverage in England. This could explain how easy it seems to be to get a person to drink drugged wine.

The wine of Beaune (Bayonne), France, must have been prized: “Some men call it Bayonne, and some men call it Beaune, where the wine of Beaune is.”

See also
Bordeaux | The Legend of King Arthur