Burgundy

Burgundy

Drawing on more than twenty years of fieldwork, this book explores the professional, social and cultural world of Burgundy wines, the role of terroir, and its transnational deployment in China, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. It demystifies the terroir ideology by providing a unique long-term ethnographic analysis of what lies behind the concept. While the Burgundian model of terroir has gone global by acquiring UNESCO world heritage status, its very legitimacy… (more)

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Publisher: Berghahn Books (April 01, 2018)

Collection: New Directions in Anthropology

Page count: 280 pages

Language: English


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