Burgundy

Burgundy (French: Bourgogne, ) is one of the 27 regions of France.

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Sibylla Of Burgundy, Duchess Of Burgundy
... Sybilla of Burgundy (1065–1103), Duchess consort of Burgundy, was a French noblewoman ... She was a daughter of William I, Count of Burgundy and Stephanie ... She was married to Eudes I, Duke of Burgundy in 1080 ...
Marie Of Burgundy, Duchess Of Cleves - Issue
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Saint-Bris AOC
... Saint-Bris is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) for white wine in the Burgundy wine region of France ... southeast of the city of Auxerre, which places it roughly halfway between Paris and Burgundy's heartland in Côte d'Or ... Saint-Bris something of an oddity for Burgundy is that it is made from Sauvignon grapes, with the varieties Sauvignon blanc and Sauvignon gris both being allowed, rather ...
List Of Counts Of Mâcon - Comtal House of Burgundy
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Siege Of Deventer (1456)
... city) in 1456 during a struggle between Duke Philip the Good of Burgundy and the church, the nobility and cities of the Oversticht (Overijssel) ... Over the 15th century the Dukes of Burgundy became more and more influential in the Netherlands, striving for a stronger and more centralised grip on the ... the Good made his illegitimate son David of Burgundy to be the successor of Rudolf van Diepholt as bishop of Utrecht ...