I first tried these ciders in Burgundy, before they were imported to the United States.
The company designed and assembled the device from the hardware on up, opening a factory in Burgundy for its production.
Olivier makes 2,400 barrels of wine each year from 65 different appellations across Burgundy.
The velvet dresses in black, Burgundy, and abstract prints moved around the body—caressing it and alluding to every curve.
The route is dense with foliage, all splashed in vivid hues of Burgundy, gold, and amber.
The Duke of Burgundy was now quite prepared to reconcile himself to Charles.
The Emperor's Burgundy, indeed, had not been opened in vain.
De Blecy is himself of Burgundy; his old mother lives near here—not a league away—send through him.
Now the fortnight was over, after which the Duke of Burgundy was to surrender Paris.
In the beautiful city of Worms, in Burgundy, dwelt the maiden Kriemhild, surpassing all others in beauty.
1670s, "wine made in Burgundy," region and former duchy in France. The place name is from Medieval Latin Burgundia, from Late Latin Burgundiones, literally "highlanders," from PIE *bhrgh-nt- "high, mighty," from root *bhrgh- "high" (see borough).