Burgundy Wine Has Long History In France: Remains Of Gallo-Roman Vineyard Discovered In Gevrey-Chambertin

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ScienceDaily: Ancient Civilization News

Gevrey-Chambertin, 12 km from Dijon, France, is famous throughout the world for its Burgundy wines. It is now clear that winegrowing in this region goes back to the Gallo-Roman era at the spot known as “Au dessus de Bergis”. The archeological dig revealed 316 rectangular pits aligned in 26 rows, interpreted as being the remains of a vineyard from the first century AD. – Please Ream More..


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