Definition of Burgundy wine
1. Noun. Red table wine from the Burgundy region of France (or any similar wine made elsewhere).
Generic synonyms: Vino, Wine
Specialized synonyms: Beaujolais, Chablis, White Burgundy, Montrachet
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Literary usage of Burgundy wine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on the Origin, Nature, and Varieties of Wine: Being a Complete by John Louis William Thudichum, August Dupré (1872)
"When the reputation of burgundy wine had been established, many proprietors without that district endeavoured to obtain the vine from which that beautiful ..."
2. Curiosities of Literature: And The Literary Character Illustrated by Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1851)
"I bequeath my old Bock, and my burgundy wine«, To a true Hessian drunkard, no liquors are sweeter, And I know the old man is no foe to the creature. ..."
3. The Chemistry of Wine by Gerrit Jan Mulder, Bence Jones (1857)
"For burgundy wine contains but little tannic acid, and the process of ... Bussy,* speaking of the clearing of burgundy wine, urges the application of ..."
4. Industrial and Commerrcial Geography by Joseph Russell Smith (1913)
"If the growers of burgundy wine ome other part of the world, they could not ... But there is no guarantee ians could make burgundy wine in a foreign land, ..."