Burgundy

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Synonyms for Burgundy

a former province of eastern France that is famous for its wines

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red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere)

a dark purplish-red to blackish-red color

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There were more than 120 varieties of spuds to choose from in the marquee in the grounds of the Wolston Lane gardens, with many that can't be found in the supermarket, including Edzell Blue, Golden Mayan, Highland Burgandy Red and the red, white and blue Yetholm's Gypsy.
Thomas Nast A Scandinavian Pine, the tree is decorated in deep burgandy and gold with ornaments from the Thomas Nast (famous illustrator) collection.
Crystal's team of land experts has assembled an extensive variety of tours from the archaeological -- Rome's Colosseum and Athen's Acropolis; to the cultural -- Florence's Uffizi Gallery and Barcelona's tributes to Picasso, Miro, Dali and Gaudi; to the gastronomic -- the wine regions and Michelen-starred restaurants of Burgandy and Tuscany.
I would say men because they are gallant and tend to pay the bill, so they get more opportunities to tip" - Chateau Grand Barrail, Burgandy, France.
Recommendations: Try an Oregon pinot noir, such as Willamette Valley Lange, or a young Beaune Clos de la Mousse Bouchard, a red Burgandy -- Roast beef and sirloin are full flavored meats that stand up well to robust style wines.
Luke Wilson Actor whose films include "3:10 to Yuma," "Vacancy," "My Super Ex-Girlfriend," "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy," "Charlie's Angels I & II," "Old School," "Legally Blonde 1 & 2," "Rushmore.
Aube, meaning dawn and the promise of a new day, is an area in the southern part of the Champagne- Ardenne region of France, bordering on Burgandy.
The seed mix contains two legumes--Milgarra Butterfly Pea and Burgandy Bean, a fast-growing, vining legume that produces tons of high-protein forage.