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Burgundy’s climats and the utopian wine heritage landscape

Burgundy’s climats and the utopian wine heritage landscape
Burgundy’s climats and the utopian wine heritage landscape
This chapter examines how the notion of utopian depictions of wine landscape in the context of global capitalism is used and negotiated through the re-imaginings of wine landscape heritage by the local community in Burgundy, especially around the UNESCO world Heritage site. It will focus on how wine landscape, defined in terms of climats, has become central to processes of collective visual re-appropriation and to the mise en héritage of the site. An on-going struggle to reconcile the productive ideal and actual terroir is now part of the local political, social and cultural narrative. The chapter will seek to discuss how these utopian futures could respond to the growing challenges facing wine communities in the context of climate change.
75-92
Routledge
Demossier, Marion
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Dutton, Jacqueline
Howland, Peter
Demossier, Marion
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Dutton, Jacqueline
Howland, Peter

Demossier, Marion (2020) Burgundy’s climats and the utopian wine heritage landscape. In, Dutton, Jacqueline and Howland, Peter (eds.) Making New Worlds: Wine, Terroir and Utopia. (Routledge Studies of Gastronomy, Food and Drink) Routledge, pp. 75-92.

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This chapter examines how the notion of utopian depictions of wine landscape in the context of global capitalism is used and negotiated through the re-imaginings of wine landscape heritage by the local community in Burgundy, especially around the UNESCO world Heritage site. It will focus on how wine landscape, defined in terms of climats, has become central to processes of collective visual re-appropriation and to the mise en héritage of the site. An on-going struggle to reconcile the productive ideal and actual terroir is now part of the local political, social and cultural narrative. The chapter will seek to discuss how these utopian futures could respond to the growing challenges facing wine communities in the context of climate change.

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Accepted/In Press date: 15 January 2018
Published date: 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 427571
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/427571
PURE UUID: e37c0dec-457e-4acc-bb3a-f3d89ad4c00e
ORCID for Marion Demossier: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6075-1461

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Date deposited: 23 Jan 2019 17:30
Last modified: 22 Nov 2021 03:02

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Editor: Jacqueline Dutton
Editor: Peter Howland

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