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La Condition Humaine

In 1992, I visited Lyons to talk some math. On the way back home I wanted to explore Burgundy, and asked for advice. I was sent to Emmanuel Giroux, who grew up in Burgundy, and is blind. 267 more words


Course Dinner

This restaurant, set in a wine cave, was the most elegant dining experience on our last day in Beaune.  “Cavaeau des Arches” was a pretty swanky place and the staff was extremely welcoming.   261 more words


Wine Tasting in the Caves

These caves were the coolest part of Beaune because not only was no one there except us and a couple from Denmark, the caves seemed endless and so did the wine.   121 more words


Traditional Beaune Food

The city of Beaune is the capital of Burgundy in eastern France .  It also happens to be a key wine center in France and has the largest wine auction in the country.   158 more words


Burgundy: wine tasting

On our way to Auvergne in September 2015 we stayed in charming Beaune for two nights, gateway to Côte de Beaune, part of Côte d’Or – names that tickle the imagination and regions that produce the famous Burgundy wines. 479 more words


WITIB? Warning: Turbulence Ahead...

Warning: Turbulence Ahead

WITIB? Here’s my schedule the next few weeks…try to keep up!


11/4/15 |  Virtual Tasting – Villa Maria Wine | New Zealand… 159 more words


Bourgogne 10.17.15

Our field trip to Bourgogne (Burgundy) began in Beaune, the wine capital of the region. We toured the Hotel-Dieu, which was built in the mid-1400s by Nicolas Rolin, Chancellor of Burgundy, as a hospital for the poor. 585 more words

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