Burgundy wine


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Noun1.Burgundy wine - red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere)Burgundy wine - red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere)
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Beaujolais - dry fruity light red wine drunk within a few months after it is made; from the Beaujolais district in southeastern France
white Burgundy, Chablis - dry white table wine of Chablis, France or a wine resembling it
Montrachet - a white Burgundy wine
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"It does not matter; and a few of those bottles of old Burgundy wine, which cured your master so quickly of his sprain!"
LIKE the fine Burgundy wine he was named after, Nuits St Georges is getting better with age.
Whether it is the 15-day Jewels of Europe, sailing between Amsterdam and Budapest, the new 12-day Spectacular South of France, that focuses on the food, wines and iconic sights of the Burgundy wine region, or taking in the once a decade performance of the Passion Play in Oberammergau as part of Scenic's Danube cruises, Scenic is putting forth a stellar program of experiences for new and returning guests.
To make a dramatic statement, pair Black Elegance with Heavy Cream (DLX1098-2), It Works (DLX1092-6), Burgundy Wine (DLX1053-7) or Cool Charcoal (DLX1007-6).
With the concept of the new bottle in hand, the family set out to revamp the Burgundy wine label.
In Nadine Nettmann's Uncorking a Lie, a young sommelier turned detective becomes embroiled in a deadly game after discovering that an expensively auctioned burgundy wine is counterfeit.
Currently the Burgundy Specialist of the Wine Scholar Guild, he says, "The key to quality in Burgundy wine is the producer.
Domaine Joblot GIVRY 1er Cru Clos du Celliers Aux Moines 2010 (I got it a The Burgundy Wine Company, New York)
The Burgundy wine we sampled was excellent, quickly giving us a high that sent us giggling to the church and the town hall!
However, he judges that the true Brandywine "has the lusciousness of a Burgundy wine and tastes as though minced parsley has been scattered over it." This accords closely with my own perception of Brandywine's flavor.
He was a member of the Worcester Tiroleans Society and had been the Grand Senechal of the Chevaliers du Tastevin, an international burgundy wine society, He also had been the president of the Central Mass Chapter of the International Wine and Food Society.