She told about the custom of the four wines, which existed before the Revolution in Champagne and Bourgogne.
It is he who has cast cannon and cut the woods of Bourgogne.
I think the Colonel will remember him,—a black-whiskered man, who used to sing a little song about le vin rouge of Bourgogne.
The village of Bourgogne, entirely in ruins, is soon reached.
And back of this was still another great forest, that of Bourgogne.
It is he who has founded cannon and cut the woods of Bourgogne.
He became a money-lender; filled the office of mayor of Blangy, Bourgogne, up to 1821, when he was succeeded by Montcornet.
Here in 1418 assembled the partisans of Bourgogne who set out to massacre the partisans of Armagnac in their prisons.