from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Burgundy2.
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- proper n. A région of France.
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- n. a former province of eastern France that is famous for its wines
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I found that the estate and château of Nangy in Bourgogne, national property, were for sale and suited me perfectly.
Denis within the more generalized Appellation Bourgogne Contrôlée.
Some simply say "Bourgogne," but those are Chardonnay, too.
The author of the introduction to 'Bourgogne' in the
Burgundy or "Bourgogne" in French, is the basic appellation for wines made in the province.
Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal 2009 Domaine Roulot Bourgogne Blanc 2009 Domaine Roulot Bourgogne Blanc, $30 Roulot's entry level Chardonnay, made in part from young vine Meursault, is particularly impressive in this ripe vintage, with Roulot's signature zingy acidity.
That's how many have been introduced to these mollusks—prepared à la Bourgogne, with that herbalicious compound butter.
Two to pre-book: the French-chateâu-style Andeluna Cellars ( andeluna.com ) and La Bourgogne ( labourgogne-mendoza.com.ar ), which updates its French menu seasonally.
White grapes, grown mostly on limestone-rich sites, are vinified separately to create some tasty Bourgogne and Savigny blancs—not so surprising when you consider the proximity of the hill of Corton just north of the appellation, source of the majestic Corton-Charlemagne.
Rossignol-Trapet, Bourgogne rouge, 2006. $23 very popular