Tag: FR – The Climats terroirs of Burgundy

The best free things to do in Burgundy: beauté on a budget; Nicola Williams; Lonely Planet

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16 Best Cities in France; Lisa Alexander; PlanetWare

Source: 16 Best Cities in France | PlanetWare

A Decanter guide to Chablis Premier Cru; Andy Howard; Decanter

Source: A Decanter guide to Chablis Premier Cru – Decanter

Why Burgundy is becoming one of the world’s most popular wines; Kurt Ganapathy; SilverKris

Why Burgundy wine is becoming one of the world’s most popular wines plus 10 producers from the region you should know about…

Source: Why Burgundy is becoming one of the world’s most popular wines – SilverKris

Book Review: Burgundy: A Global Anthropology of Place and Taste by Marion Demossier; Micheal Edwards; World Of Fine Wine

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Burgundy Wineries, Part 5 – Tasting, interview with Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti; Ken Ross; Mass Live

Nothing seemed real about my magical visit to the winery or meeting Aubert de Villaine.

Source: Wine Press: Burgundy Wineries, Part 5 – Tasting, interview with Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti

A Complete Guide to Burgundy: Venture Beyond the Vineyards; Sylvia Edwards Davis; France Today

France – The Climats, terroirs of Burgundy

Though famed for its incomparable vintages and world-class gastronomy, there is more to Burgundy than food and wine as Sylvia Edwards Davis discovers…

Burgundy is perhaps best known for its excellent gastronomy and world-class wines, but it also has an abundance of beautiful landscapes, historic landmarks and cultural attractions. As such, it’s a region worth visiting time and time again. Let’s begin our tour of the ‘Best of Burgundy’ in its charming capital, Dijon.

At the intersection of the north-south and east-west axes of Europe, Dijon is an accessible and surprisingly active city that has managed the rare feat of modernising its historical centre without sacrificing its heritage. With more than 250,000 inhabitants – if you include the surrounding countryside and suburbs – Dijon officially became one of the major French métropoles in February.

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