viniculture


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viniculture

the process or business of growing grapes and making wine

viniculture

[′vin·i‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
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Macedonian Government and Ministry of Finance, by regularly paying subsidies to farmers, remain committed to supporting the viniculture, and other branches of agriculture in the country.
McGovern is the lead author of "Beginning of Viniculture in France," which details this find, in the June 3, 2014 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Grape styles have come and gone, but with improved viniculture and producers concentrating on three classic champagne varieties (chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier), the latest releases show we have plenty to celebrate English Wine Week (starting tomorrow and running to June 2).
The changes offer "more freedom in their decisions for both viticulture and viniculture," Summers notes, and they provide sommeliers with "a secret weapon in offering Old World gems at affordable prices.
This is evident in the recognition of the importance of research investments to improve the quality of wines produced in the Valley (ethos), as well as a conviction about the relevance of the viniculture activity for the economic development of the region as a whole (eidos).
Many stories emerged in the media about farming regions struggling with traditional crops like viniculture in Australia, South Africa, and California, while at the same time new regions like Nova Scotia quickly developed wine industries, due to the decline in frosts.
Dans la nouvelle "Un soir" le personnage masculin, Tremoulin est decrit comme un colon lance dans la viniculture, "tres intelligent, doue d'une facilite merveilleuse, d'une rare souplesse d'esprit, d'une sorte d'intuition instinctive pour les etudes litteraires" (Nouvelles d'Afrique 57).
The Radisson Blu Resort, Tsinandali is being developed in the heart of GeorgiaOs ancient viniculture region.
What follows is a long list of benefits provided by the Romans; however, Reg is still not satisfied: "But apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, viniculture, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh-water system, and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?
More than 2,500 students from Anglia Ruskin were joined by honoraries from music, sport, media, fashion, healthcare, education, literature, finance, law and viniculture as they celebrated their graduation.
More than 2,500 students from Anglia Ruskin were joined by honoraries - including novelist Jilly Cooper - from the fields of music, sport, media, fashion, healthcare, education, literature, finance, law and viniculture as they celebrate their graduation.
Christou expressed his joy and satisfaction for the record noting that Cyprus is a country with a centuries old tradition in viniculture.