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Synonyms for Burgundy

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


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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Following the bibliography there is--in keeping with the remainder of the oeuvre--a full catalogue of all the documentary references to the Burgundian kingdom.
Burgundians staged elaborately choreographed gastronomical fairs, wine festivals, and the Burgundian Pavilion at the 1937 Paris International Exhibition to privilege localizing practices that presented regional folkways as culturally and economically valuable.
11) At first the Burgundian dynasty principally tried to gain control over the kingdom of France, but especially after the accession of Philip the Good (1419-1467) (12) through a policy of warfare and marriages, it managed to construct a powerful composite state in Burgundy and in the Low Countries, including important principalities like Brabant and Holland.
On the whole, The Royal Chapel in the Time of the Habsburgs successfully navigates between the contributions of foreign and native cultures, dividing neatly into sections on "European models" and "The Burgundian inheritance" on the one hand, and sections on "Music in the Spanish royal chapel" and "The royal chapel in court politics and culture" on the other.
At the northern end of Santa Barbara, the coolish region of Santa Maria contributes more of the Burgundian varieties, and some wine makers are playing with cool-climate versions of Syrah.
David Cowling's new edition of the Douze Dames presents the epistolary exchange of 1463 between George Chastelain, historiographer of Philippe le Bon of Burgundy, Jean de Montferrant, adviser and chamberlain at the Burgundian court, and Jean Robertet, secretary of the Bourbon duke Jean II, together with the verse 'enseignes' (and the accompanying miniatures), in their integrity for the first time since Louis Batissier's edition of 1883.
The author suggests that Joan might have seen a king's presiding over a united France as the only way to stop the depredations of poorly paid English and Burgundian troops that harried the countryside when not engaged in the Hundred Years War (1337-1453), a smoldering and debilitating struggle in which England and France fought for control of France.
But since that subculture was concentrated in places like French monasteries and obscure papal chapels and since only the most contemplative gay person would spend this December 31 at a Burgundian abbey (bad food) and only the most sedate would choose present-day Rome (lousy discos), perhaps Year 1000 is not such a good guide after all.
The body of work discussed here may thus turn out to be quite finite: One imagines that what emerges from the sunny Burgundian country.
Benedictine monks were the first winemakers of Burgundy, followed by Cistercians, a Burgundian order that planted vines along the Rhine River into Germany.
Among the numerous achievements listed of the Burgundians, Darras cites the invention of musical polyphony, "an aesthetic counterpart to the development of democracy," as well as applauding the merits of the Grote Markt in Brussels as a further example of the democratic spirit of Burgundian architecture.
Situated in the center of this ancient walled town viewed as the wine capital of Burgundy, the Marche aux Vins is a wine market that offers about 40 Burgundian wines to taste at your own pace for about $7 (depending on exchange rate).
This review contains information to Burgundian craft enterprises and their partners.
We always look for long and lasting partnerships with families who share our values, and this is a fitting addition to the partnerships we have already established with other important Burgundian families.