Dijon: The Next World Wine Capital

To the great dismay of the cities of Bordeaux and Champagne, which were also competing, the presidential palace has made its decision: the capital of Burgundy will have the honour of hosting the Organisation Internationale de la Vigne et du Vin (International Organisation of Vine and Wine). The body has 48 member states and, unlike the UN in the US, it has its world headquarters in France.

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