Burgundy – with its open, accessible vineyards – likes to remain unspoiled, and the entire wine-producing region is now campaigning to become a Unesco World Heritage Site
Burgundy is quite poorly served by the normally brilliant French national rail system. This is not an accident. For decades, the Burgundians have fought a subtle and politically brilliant campaign to keep their precious wine region as free from the invasions of modern brutalities as possible.
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