Burgundy

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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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In Burgundy, France, a buyer can find a simple three-bedroom house for EeAn65,000 (Dh335,000) or a charming 18th century small chateau lying on 1.
Scientists at the University of Burgundy, France, looked at the male Houbara bustard, which has striking ornamental feathers that it displays while running around and "booming" to attract a female.
Commissioned by the Norfolk & Norwich arts festival in association with Nottingham Contemporary--which will host an expanded version of the exhibition in July--the show will include works on paper, theatrical props, furniture, slide projections, documentation of an imaginary casting session for Genet's 1947 play The Maids, and videos charting Chaimowicz's pilgrimages to the author's childhood home in Burgundy, France, and to his grave on the Moroccan coast.
IN November the annual auctions at the Hospice de Beaune in Burgundy, France, will be the first indication of the price of fine wine of 2010.
Now, if you remember what I'd written in the past about matching wine with sushi, you'd recall I was pitching for Pinot Noir, especially one from Burgundy, France, the original home of this grape, which is difficult both to understand and to grow.
BEST BURGUNDY BUYS: A panel of wine experts in New York recently came up with 30 best buys from Burgundy, France, at a tasting event organized by Sopexa USA, an organization dedicated to the promotion of French and European food, wine and spirits.
During evening prayer in August, Brother Roger Schutz, who founded the ecumenical Taize community in Burgundy, France in 1949, was stabbed to death in the Church of Reconciliation there.
and Europe leader David Hammond, along with his wife, Lynne, recently experienced a total lifestyle change by moving from London to the rural countryside of Burgundy, France, to run wine-tasting tours.
The Silent Auction includes donations with a retail value of at least $400 to as high as $10,000 for a stay at a chateau in Burgundy, France, which is expected to be raffled off again this year, courtesy of Felissimo (Universal Corp.
Ideally, I'd be stomping grapes in Burgundy, France .
Liberal Democrat leader Mr Paddy Ashdown is planning two weeks in Burgundy, France, with his daughter Kate and family.
The raunchy scenes were shot in rural Burgundy, France, for Channel 5's new pounds 1 million comedy, Deadly Summer (Sunday, 9pm).
Last September a dream came true for 12 Californians who were the first Americans with disabilities to board the only accessible barge in Burgundy, France.
Enjoy your own private vineyard at this 4-bedroom Restored Farmhouse in Burgundy, France.