• Title: The Original Grands Crus of Burgundy
  • Author: Charles Curtis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Original Grands Crus of Burgundy The Original Grands Crus of Burgundy is a translation from works describing and classifying the vineyards of the C te d Or written prior to the establishment of today s system of Appellation d Origine
    The Original Grands Crus of Burgundy is a translation from works describing and classifying the vineyards of the C te d Or written prior to the establishment of today s system of Appellation d Origine Contr l e in 1936 and a discussion of how they compare to the modern system For centuries, a number of authors ranging from learned amateurs to experienced professionals weiThe Original Grands Crus of Burgundy is a translation from works describing and classifying the vineyards of the C te d Or written prior to the establishment of today s system of Appellation d Origine Contr l e in 1936 and a discussion of how they compare to the modern system For centuries, a number of authors ranging from learned amateurs to experienced professionals weighed in with their thoughts Translations from the most notable of these works form the backbone of the present work Claude Arnoux Dissertation sur la situation de la Bourgogne, sur les vins qu elle produit 1728 Claude Court p e et Edme B guillet Description historique et topographique du Duch de Bourgogne 1778 Andr Jullien Topographie de Tous les Vignobles Connus 1816 Dr Denis Morelot Statistique de la Vigne dans le D partement de la C te d Or 1831 Dr Jules Lavalle Histoire et Statistique et des Grands Vins de la C te d Or 1855 Ren Danguy et Charles Aubertin Les Grands Vins de Bourgogne 1892 Camille Rodier Le Vin de Bourgogne 1920 More than a dusty history lesson, The Original Grands Crus of Burgundy provides a roadmap for the discovery of forgotten gems, hidden in plain sight Crucial reading for all who love Burgundy.

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