Definition for dijon (2 of 2)
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With much emphasis on terroir, the reputation of Burgundy owes much of its grace and fortitude to the humble city of Dijon.
Traveling through Europe, blogger Molly Hannon pauses to reflect on the city of Dijon's legendary gustatory heritage.
Fork in hand, napkin in lap, and a wine glass to toast, Dijon is a reminder of the poetry and elegance that lies in food.
Just look at what happened at the Socialist Party gathering in Dijon this month.
Amiens saw it a little to the east in the fading light of evening, and a few early citizens of Dijon marked it soon after dawn.The Secret of the League|Ernest Bramah
Dijon possesses as well a most curious and little known structure, at least not known to the usual hurly burly world of tourists.Castles and Chateaux of Old Burgundy|Francis Miltoun
This autumn visit of Philip the Good to Dijon was more significant than usual.Charles the Bold|Ruth Putnam
I fancy the burgundy of Dijon is much purer and p. 208pleasanter than that of London.Cities of the Dawn|J. Ewing Ritchie
About the year 1670, there lived at Dijon a certain notary, an original in his way, named Melchior Jolyot.