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  1. Thermoplastic Compounds provide chemical resistance.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 29 | ThomasNet

    WINONA, MINNESOTA USA RTP Company, a leading global compounder of custom engineered thermoplastics, will feature successful applications created from its portfolio of industry-leading engineered thermoplastic compounds at the upcoming Fakuma exhibition in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Representatives from RTP Company's facilities in Ladenburg, Germany and Beaune, France will be available at Fakuma Booth #A4-4221.


  2. Vintage pointRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 | Financial Times

    In late July, when I left the torrid atmosphere of the wine town Beaune for the air-conditioned pleasures of the Bureau Interprofessionnel des Vins de Bourgogne, I was particularly grateful to members of my website. At their urging, I was there to stick my nose into 64 reds from the glorious 2005 vintage.


  3. France: On my way with CatherineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 | Jewish Chronicle

    I have recently returned from floating down the sun-caressed rivers of Burgundy and Provence in the warm embrace of France's favourite actress Catherine Deneuve. Tough, eh? All right, that's not exactly true.


  4. Keeper of the faith: Sylvain PitiotRead the original story

    Friday Sep 18 | The Drinks Business

    In a heartfelt tribute marking his friend's retirement, Michael Edwards tells the story of Sylvain Pitiot, the serene and somewhat ecclesiastical winemaker who, after ten years, is calling an end to his time at the helm of Burgundy's Clos de Tart. Meeting up again with Sylvain Pitiot in Beaune's Place Carnot on a glorious morning this July, one's first memory of him comes back vividly.


  5. 2013 Marie Andre Bourgogne Pinot NoirRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2015 | Best of New Orleans

    Hailing from the historic home of the pinot noir varietal, Burgundy wines are among the most prized, expensive and age-worthy wines in the world. The renowned Burgundy region - Cote d'Or in northeastern France - is comprised of the Cote de Nuits district on the northern side and Cote de Beaune on the southern half.


  6. Cote Chalonnaise: 5 great value communesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2015 | Decanter Magazine

    Waiting patiently for your Burgundies from the CA te de Beaune and CA te de Nuits to reach their fully mature exquisiteness? The five wine-producing communes of the CA te Chalonnaise a little further south provide some excellent options for earlier drinking, advises Clive Coates MW The area of CA te Chalonnaise has much going for it. Most importantly, the wines are some of Burgundy 's best value for money.


  7. A visit to Louis Latour, Burgundy in heart and soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2015 | Tom Cannavan's Wine Pages

    Louis Latour is a big company, famed of course for their Burgundy wines, where they are major players as both Domaine vineyard owners and ngociant, but with winemaking interests in other parts of France, a cooperage in Beaune and a significant business distributing the wines of other wine producers across the world. It is a family company still, headed up currently by 11th generation Louis Fabrice Latour, right, and headquartered in Beaune, the city at the heart of Burgundy.


  8. Of Bourgogne, Beaune, And A Hospital Dating From The Middle AgesRead the original story

    Aug 31, 2015 | Pardon Me For Asking

    One of the highlights of our trip to France this summer was a trip to the Burgundy region, to Beaune, its wine capital, and to some of the famous wine producing villages right outside of town. Beaune is a charming historical city with beautifully preserved architecture.


  9. Marais' Semele: A Spectacular Opera of Grand ProportionsRead the original story

    Aug 18, 2015 | SF Classical Voice

    ... The opera languished for almost 300 years until it was revived at the International Baroque Opera Festival in Beaune, France, in 2006. On August 13 and 14, Jeffrey Thomas and his American Bach Soloists performed Semele outside of France for the ...


  10. 10 Ultimate Experiences in BurgundyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | Fodor's

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  11. A Quick and Dirty Guide to Professional Wine Titles and QualificationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | Phoenix New Times

    ... many of whom hold degrees from prestigious schools like UC Davis or the Burgundy Wine School in CA te de Beaune, France. Those who grow grapes are sometimes referred to as vignerons , while skilled winemakers are called vintners . In the world of ...


  12. Anson on Thursday: Burgundy and the other 1855Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2015 | Decanter Magazine

    The march to UNESCO world heritage status was a little more nail-biting for Burgundy than Champagne, writes Jane Anson, who goes on to examine why Bordeaux isn't the only region to celebrate the year 1855. Back in May, the region was given six weeks to tighten up its pitch before the UNESCO World Heritage committee voted on new inclusions to the list of protected cultural and natural sites at the 39th session in Bonn, Germany.


  13. UNESCO makes it official - Champagne & Burgundy recognizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2015 |

    After years of waiting, hoping and planning, two of the most iconic wine regions of France were officially recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites i n early July 2015. The World Heritage Commission declared approved both applications during their 39th session held in Bonn Germany from June 29th through July 8th.


  14. Photo tour: 27 newest UNESCO World Heritage SitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2015 | USA Today

    UNESCO has added 27 new sites to its World Heritage list in 2015, including 24 cultural sites, two natural sites and one mixed site. Pictured here is Ephesus, ruins of Hellenistic and Roman settlements in Turkey.


  15. Why You Should Visit Burgundy NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | Food & Wine

    There have long been a number of great reasons to visit France's Burgundy region-the wines are some of the best in the world, the food is fantastic, and it was once one of the most powerful independent Duchys in Europe, at least until Charles the Bold got his head cleaved in half and his body stuck through with spears back in 1477 . The other day, however, Burgundy gained a new reason for a visit: its climats are now a UNESCO world heritage site.


  16. Red Wines for a Hot SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2015 | Free Times

    If you are like me, you're always looking for an excuse to have a glass of red wine. I enjoy whites and rosA s, but I find a good glass of red wine most satisfying.


  17. UNESCO recognizes Burgundy's "climats" and Champagne's hillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2015 | Dr. Vino's wine blog

    UNESCO added wine regions to their list of World Heritage sites at Saturday's meeting in Bonn. The 1,247 "climats" of Burgundy as well as the Champagne hillsides received official recognition as cultural sites.


  18. Taylor Swift's Ina Garten Crush; Champagne and Burgundy Are Among Newest UNESCO World Heritage SitesRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2015 | Eater

    Plus, two new Shake Shacks will open in the U.K.; sad news from the elBulli camp; and more news and reviews. - Taylor Swift spent this past weekend making a flag cake with her friends, according to Instagram .


  19. Champagne and Burgundy recognised by UNESCORead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2014 | Decanter Magazine

    Burgundy and Champagne have both been recognised by UNESCO, in the latest round of new inclusions to the cultural world heritage list. The 39th assembly of UNESCO, held in Bonn Germany on July 4, saw five cultural sites accepted - two in Denmark, one in Turkey and two in France.


  20. Champagne and Burgundy join UNESCO listRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2015 | The Drinks Business

    Producers in Champagne and Burgundy are celebrating the addition of their vineyards and cellars to the UNESCO world heritage list. A meeting over the weekend of the global organisation, which recognises and protects sites of particular historical, geographical and cultural significance, saw Burgundy's CA te d'Or and Champagne win recognition after missing out two years ago .