While mustard seeds were discovered in the Egyptian pyramids, the earliest known recipe for mustard dates back to Roman times.  The native Indians in the US used mustard to fight cold symptoms and headaches, and counter sciatic pain.  In Burgundy, it was the monks, who in their usual analytic fashion, realised its health giving properties.  From the early Middle Ages, Burgundy and Dijon in particular, became synonymous with mustard production.


Add a small sack of Burgundy mustard seeds to your wine order

or purchase from The Burgundy Shop