|Burgundian Lord on Horse|
[pages missing from day books; from correspondence]: Burgundian Lord on horse boy holding cup of wine.
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|Published:|| Fortune, February 1935: 37.|
caption: “In the Neighborhood,” wrote St. Gregory, “the slopes of rich hills, covered with vineyards, rise in tiers. There wine is made, so noble that the people of the district despise the wine of Ascalon.”
And Still “in the neighborhood” of the Cote d’Or’s golden hillsides, blooming in richer splendor from that ardent soil, are made the noblest wines the world has ever known…wines that have graced and brightened the feasts and farewells of fifteen hundred years…the wines of Burgundy.
|Inscription:||ll: F. E. Schoonover / ’34|
|Comments:|| index; edit|
Schoonover’s sketch for this work is #2069s.
|Commentary:||For commentary, see #2065.|