By Henriette De Bruyn Kops
This financial and social historical past assesses the effect of the coastal wine and brandy alternate at the early glossy French, Dutch, and Atlantic economies, and highlights the significance of interconnecting own networks of Dutch, Sephardic Jewish, and New Christian retailers.
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Despite the Treaty of Munster in 1648 which signaled the end of the conÁict for most of the participants, the war between Spain and France and the trade ban lasted until 1659. 42 T. , vol. 2 [ XVIe et XVIIe siecles] (Bordeaux: 1892), 254. On 1 December 1635 Dutch merchant Guillaume van den Platen submitted this Arret du Conseil for registration with the Parlement de Bordeaux. For the invasion agreement of February 1635, see Israel, The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness and Fall, 1477–1806, 527.
In the twenty years from Henrich’s arrival to the turn of the century, a grand total of four Dutch ships are recorded to have made the trip to Nantes. 6 Even though the Dutch residential presence in France seems to have been sparse through the year 1620, it was already subject to competitive criticism. Anthonie Casteleyn [Quisthlin or Chastelin in the French records] from Dordrecht must have arrived in Nantes well before 1609. 7 Casteleyn worked and lived in Nantes until his death sometime in 1626 and had commercial ties with Rotterdam, Amsterdam, La Rochelle, Rouen, Bremen, and Emden.
The Hollanders are the ones who taught the inhabitants of the county of Nantes how to adulterate their wines in order to preserve them better at sea, they are the ones who taught them how to make brandy, they are the ones who taught them how to make barrels . . they are the ones who spend their days bringing into Nantes barrel staves and other things needed to keep the wines, and lastly, they are the ones who relieve the county of Nantes of its wines and brandies. ] and discontinue their vines.
A spirited exchange: the wine and brandy trade between France and the Dutch Republic in its Atlantic framework, 1600-1650 by Henriette De Bruyn Kops