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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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In a recent study, Payne demonstrated that in Burgundy, France, a region where TB is prevalent in cattle and wildlife, the red fox is the species that most often visits cattle environments (3).
Beaujolais, a relatively large appellation marks the southernmost section of Burgundy, France, and lies slightly northwest of Lyon.
Chablis is in Burgundy, France, and the white wines are classic, with chardonnay grapes growing on vines which seek nutrients deep down in an ancient seabed.
The theme we chose for our party actually derives from a fun fact: In Burgundy, France, if a wine is white, it's almost certainly Chardonnay; if it's red, it's Pinot Noir (those are the two dominant grapes grown there).
Hyde de Villaine is a partnership between the Hyde family, owners of the Hyde Vineyard in Carneros, and the de Villaine family, owners of A&P de Villaine and co-director of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti in Burgundy, France.
The company's headquarters and production facilities are based in Burgundy, France
(96) Bouchard Pere & Fils Beaune Clos de la Mousse 2011 (Burgundy, France).
Catherine had visions of the Blessed Mother at least three times in 1830, when Mary relayed to her a special request to create the Miraculous Medal, with the promise that "all who wear it will receive great graces." Born in Burgundy, France in 1806, St.
Heading up the culinary division is French national Gohier, who was previously at Le Quartier Gourmand, in Burgundy, France.
Salon des Vins de Macon, From 17-19 April 2015 in Macon, Burgundy, France
In Burgundy, France, a twenty-five-year project is underway to build a castle from scratch using the same tools, techniques and materials available in the 13th century.
Vos came up with the idea when he was asked by Johan Bouman and Pieter Franssens to create a follow-up to the kitchen he had already designed for them at Chateau de la Resle, a hotel in Burgundy, France, where pots and pans hang off massive metal H beams.
For the third consecutive year, Air China recently attended the world famous Hospices de Beaune auction held in Burgundy, France's top wine-growing region and picked up 2013 young bottles for its First Class passengers on international routes.
Native of Burgundy, France, Marine Lorphelin is a gorgeous lady with a smile that speaks for itself.