Burgundy (Japanese:カベルネ Cabernet) is a C-class Pokémon Connoisseusse and recurring character who made her first appearing in BW019. She is voiced by Ikumi Hayama in the Japanese version and Suzy Myers in the English Version.
Burgundy works in a Poké Mart located between Pinwheel Forest and Skyarrow Bridge. She pulled Ash inside her stall after she spotted him standing in a long line waiting to see an S-Class Connoisseur. Burgundy tells Ash to show her his Pokémon, but she found something wrong with all of them, prompting them all to attack her out of anger.
After Cilan and Iris interrupt to see what Ash was doing, Burgundy screamed as she recognized Cilan. She then went on to explain that she challenged the Striaton Gym and battled Cilan with her Oshawott. Cilan's Pansage defeated Oshawott and as a result, Burgundy swore to get her revenge.
Burgundy then went on to study to become a Connoisseur and went to re-challenge Cilan; however, she discovered that he had already begun traveling with Ash and Iris at this point. Burgundy decided to battle Chili instead and defeated his Pansear.
Burgundy then challenges Cilan to a two-on-two battle. She uses her Dewott and Sawsbuck against Cilan's Pansage and Dwebble. Both of her Pokémon are easily defeated by Cilan's and she runs off, swearing to beat him next time.
She reappeared in BW041 and used her Stoutland against Ash's Palpitoad. She and her Stoutland lost against Palpitoad's Hydro Pump.
Burgundy returned in BW072 and battled Iris and her Excadrill in BW073. Burgundy was shown to have become a much better Trainer and Connoisseuse, taking Iris to the limit but lost after a hard fought battle.
|Darmanitan first appeared in BW092, where it was competing in the World Tournament Junior Cup. It was sent out to battle Trip's Serperior. Darmanitan was quickly defeat by Serperior's Glare and Solar Beam combination.
None of Damanitan's moves are known
- Trio Badge
- Club Battle Tournament Loses to Ash: Top 16
- Donamite Tournament Loses to Iris: Top 16
- Japanese: Ikumi Hayama
- English: Suzy Myers
- Spanish: Maria Blanco
- Burgundy's Japanese name comes from Cabernet Sauvignon, a grape commonly used to make red wine. This may be a reference to real-life sommeliers who determine the compatibility between wines and various foods.
- Her Connoisseur catchphrase is: Bonjour! It is evaluating time s'il vous plaît!
- Burgundy has a tendency to use French phrases and words.