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Burgundy Harvest Updates - Wednesday, September 17, 2014

In over 25 years of visits to Burgundy, I cannot recall two more glorious days than Monday and Tuesday, September 15 & 16, 2014.  Absolutely perfect blue skies were complemented by hot but dry temperatures and minimal humidity.  1,402 more words

News From The Vines

Le Vignoble de Beaune, Vougeot, Nuits St Georges et Gevrey Chambertin

Vignoble entre Beaune, Vougeot, Nuits St Georges et Gevrey Chambertin vu  quelques semaines avant les vendanges.


Hospices de Beaune - Beaune - Bourgogne

The Hospices de Beaune or Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune is a former charitable hospital in Beaune, France. It was founded in 1443 by Nicolas Rolin, chancellor of Burgundy, as a hospital for the poor. 36 more words


Loiseau des Vignes - Beaune - Bourgogne - France

1-star Michelin living up to its reputation; special mention to the Sommelier, excellent choice of local premier crus and grand crus by the glass (more than 80)

Restaurants Remarquables

Dijon: Cremant de Bourgogne

No more messing around.  No more obscure regions like Bugey or Jura as posted last Monday.  It’s high time this EU Austerity Drinking Tour got serious.  368 more words

A weekend in Burgundy

Summer in London can be difficult at the best of times – the sardine-tin tubes, the hoards of tourists, the sweat-drench suits…so last month, the… 602 more words

Will Trotman

M4A4 Sherman Tank "Orleans II" - Beaune, France

Sherman tank destroyed during the liberation of the French city of Beaune. Pictures taken on 03/15/2010. Author: Unknown.

This tank was destroyed on 6 September 1944 by German 88 mm guns during the liberation of the city of Beaune in the French department Cote d’Or. 252 more words