Skip Nav
Cooking Basics
20 Quick Summery Snacks With Only 3 Ingredients
Cooking Basics
How to Make Flower Cupcakes Straight From Magnolia Bakery
10 Dinner Options That Are Totally Worth It to Meal Prep


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.

Image Source

Join The Conversation
BurgundyWine1 BurgundyWine1 8 years
Choosing Burgundy wine glasses is a task that should be taken seriously, not only because it is a fun activity to buy and to have nice looking wine glasses, but also because a great wine glass is a reflection of your personality, of your taste and of the way you lead your life, a fitting glass of wine will say a lot about you, and it is up to you if you want people to know you have some knowledge about wines and the correct way to serve a cup of Burgundy that is in the most elegant and correct way possible, because also, a good wine should never be served in a common glass of wine, and this is the case with Burgundy wine glasses, which should be of a top quality just like the wine that is being served.

More info at:
lexichloe lexichloe 9 years
SassAndBide SassAndBide 9 years
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
cool. thanks for this
rrnrios rrnrios 9 years
I thought French-Made wines had protected names, so that no other wine made in the world could be called the same... this goes for Champagne (which is called Sparkling Wine if made somewhere else than in France's region of Champagne), Bordeaux etc... what about Burgundy??
Best Cheap Bottle of Wine at Walmart
Smitten Rosé Ice Cream
Brie vs. Camembert
Classic Julia Child Recipes
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds