Dijon Mustard

Dijon mustard has been made in the region since the 14th century, and is made mainly of ground black or brown mustard seeds and sharp white wine or verjus. Verjus is a very green wine made by the pressing of unripe grapes.

The mustard grains used for the making of the mustard generally come from Canada today, and indeed the name “Dijon mustard” is not an appellation d’origine contrôlée and the name can be used by manufacturers all over the world. However, the Dijon area is still responsible for more than 85% of French production.

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