La construction des climats viticoles en Bourgogne, la relation du vin au lieu au Moyen Âge. Une culture du vin et du lieu en Bourgogne

Abstract : Climats is the technical term for portions of vineyards delimited and named according to specific wine qualities. They arose from the seventeenth century onwards as a specific terroir meaning in Burgundy. However, tradition still emphasizes the medieval actors of Burgundian viti-viniculture as dukes and monks as the determinants for the emergence of climats. Therefore it is worth exploring medieval history to decipher the relationship linking wine to place in the Middle Ages : for instance, the way wines were labelled in cellars and storerooms in Dijon. Some monastic communities were not accustomed to differentiating their wine according to the original place in which it grew. Human practices that changed soil qualities were widespread from the Middle Ages to the recent period and testify to paradigmatic.
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Jean-Pierre Garcia, Thomas Labbé, Guilhem Ferrand, Marion Foucher. La construction des climats viticoles en Bourgogne, la relation du vin au lieu au Moyen Âge. Une culture du vin et du lieu en Bourgogne. L'Atelier du Centre de recherches historiques, CRH, CNRS-EHESS, 2014, ⟨http://acrh.revues.org/5979⟩. ⟨halshs-01070143⟩

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