The Burgundies should follow—the purple Chambertin or odorous Romanee.
His army was full of men from both the Burgundies, who sent frequent reports to their own homes.
The deputies objected to this grant being asked only from the lands de par de a—the Netherlands and not from the Burgundies.
Burgundies, and Rhine wines, frequently give rise to acute gout and the gouty habit.
I have planted a small vineyard, as you know, and I would like to see how the Burgundies thrive.
He had inherited, beside the two Burgundies, the counties of Flanders and Artois.
There is a cellar of good wine, the Burgundies being especially to be recommended.
The Burgundies, red and white, at the Hôtel du Bordeaux are highly praised.
The great glory of Voisin's is its cellar of red wines, its Burgundies and Bordeaux.