51 min

Burgundy’s Dukes Paved the Way for the Kings of Wines and Cheeses The Terroir Podcast

    • Places & Travel

Burgundy may be known for its wine (and wine sauces) but it's also beloved for other flavors including garlic and parsley butter (aka the sauce adorning snails and frogs!), mustard, and some truly funky cheeses. Tune in to find out why Dijon mustard is a misnomer and which cheese Brillat-Savarin thought was the king of all French fromage.


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Credits
Host: Emily Monaco. @Emily_in_France; Website: http://www.tomatokumato.com and http://www.emilymmonaco.com
Host: Caroline Conner, https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/carolineconner; https://www.instagram.com/winedinecaroline/, www.winedinecaroline.com; www.lyonwinetastings.com
Producer: Jennifer Geraghty. @jennyphoria; Website: http://jennyphoria.com


Music Credits
Mon Paris by Ikson https://www.iksonmusic.com; https://youtube.com/ikson


About Us
France is home to thousands of wines, thousands of cheeses, and countless recipes – almost all of which are inextricable from their local terroir. Terroir is a word that links foods, wines, and more to the places they're from and the people who make them. Let culinary journalist Emily Monaco and chef and wine expert Caroline Conner take you through the ins and outs of France's phenomenal regional richness.

Burgundy may be known for its wine (and wine sauces) but it's also beloved for other flavors including garlic and parsley butter (aka the sauce adorning snails and frogs!), mustard, and some truly funky cheeses. Tune in to find out why Dijon mustard is a misnomer and which cheese Brillat-Savarin thought was the king of all French fromage.


Join us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/parisundergroundradio


Find Us Online
Website: www.parisundergroundradio.com/theterroirpodcast
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/parisundergroundradio
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parisundergroundradio/


Credits
Host: Emily Monaco. @Emily_in_France; Website: http://www.tomatokumato.com and http://www.emilymmonaco.com
Host: Caroline Conner, https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/carolineconner; https://www.instagram.com/winedinecaroline/, www.winedinecaroline.com; www.lyonwinetastings.com
Producer: Jennifer Geraghty. @jennyphoria; Website: http://jennyphoria.com


Music Credits
Mon Paris by Ikson https://www.iksonmusic.com; https://youtube.com/ikson


About Us
France is home to thousands of wines, thousands of cheeses, and countless recipes – almost all of which are inextricable from their local terroir. Terroir is a word that links foods, wines, and more to the places they're from and the people who make them. Let culinary journalist Emily Monaco and chef and wine expert Caroline Conner take you through the ins and outs of France's phenomenal regional richness.

51 min