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Definition: Burgundy

A famous wine growing region in France. Known as Bourgogne in French. The name refers to the region where many Chardonnay white grapes and Pinot Noir red grapes grow exuberantly. It is also a generic name used to describe a kind of softer, inexpensive red table wine that is not produced in France.

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