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Understanding the French wine classification system, Appellation d’Origine Controlée (AOC)

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  1. […] Understanding the French wine classification system Appellation d’Origine Controlée (AOC) […]

  2. […] Laborie references her roots constantly. Learning how to cook from her mother and grand-mother, naming dishes after her relatives and insisting that the ingredients be sourced locally from the president’s hometown and her own farm. This ideal emulates French pride in regional identity, which make up Parkhurst Ferguson’s concept of Culinary Nationalism (2010). We see this through concepts such as terroir, and the coveted AOC. […]

  3. […] champagne, Burgundy (Bourgogne in French) is not just an apellation d’origine controlée, but also inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list, together with the city of Dijon as a wine […]

  4. […] comes from, to the winemaking process. It’s also been subject to an official tasting. This site points out that since every year’s harvest  is different, a wine might get the AOC one year and not get […]

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