Burgundy wine

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Synonyms for Burgundy wine

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

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The huge annual tasting organised in London every January by the Burgundy wine growers is the highlight of my month.
A fortnight ago I went to the annual trade tasting in London of Burgundy wines.
Another attempt to cut through the confusion and make Burgundy wine accessible to British wine lovers began four years ago when four well-run co-operative cellars came together to label their wines more simply and clearly and to market them at a reasonable price.
Steak Tips Portabello consists of tender beefsteak with Portabello mushrooms in a rich Burgundy wine sauce with a side of broccoli and contains 13 grams of carbs.
I was privileged to be present at a seminar in London earlier this month, when four leading Burgundy winemakers, Bernard Hervet, Dominique Lafon, Benjamin Leroux and Etienne de Montille, spoke candidly about these and other problems and discussed how to make the best Burgundy wine.
Defaix releases his wines later to the market than many other makers of the white Burgundy wine of the area around the town of Chablis.
Using the same Palazzo Modulo in Burgundy Wine color, Progressive Mason was also able to accent the border of each walkway with a more solid course of the same style stone.
If you go to Burgundy they tell you you can't call it Burgundy wine if you grow more than 35 hectolitres per hectare," he added.
Neil Cammies STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE Pinot noir is the grape that is embedded in the psyche of the Burgundy wine maker but great strides have been made elsewhere especially New Zealand.
We could have taken a coach tour through the Burgundy wine region, reaching Beaune, its most famous town.
EURO ENCOUNTER Contiki (020 8290 6422) offers 16-day, 10-country trip from Oct 5 for pounds 989, saving pounds 100, via Lake Lucerne, Rhine Valley, and Burgundy wine growing region.
Our journey around Burgundy started in Dijon, its capital, and ended in the mediaeval town of Beaune, capital of Burgundy wine.
Burgundy wine producers are heading a campaign in the UK to dispel the image among Brits of their products being expensive and old-fashioned.
Although much of the suspense and excitement has been diluted since Beaujolais Nouveau Day was officially declared as the third Thursday of November, partying types find it's still a good excuse to celebrate the arrival of this premier Burgundy wine of the current vintage.