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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125-126), the lack of exposure to the outside world, the dearth of colonists, and the unused land available for plowing and viniculture.
Chile's burgeoning economy and the importance of North American markets to the country's agriculture, viniculture and aquaculture industries--the United States is Chile's largest market and largest supplier--are an essential part of the portfolio managed by Ambassador Paul Simons and the embassy's 100 or so American employees and 200 Locally Employed Staff.
A few stanzas later the tree catalogue in the Wood of Error is compared with Hariot's list of trees in his report on Virginia: "These trees, as I have shown elsewhere, have Irish industrial uses" (123: or English or French, for that matter), but surely the point is to link up their uses (sailing, viniculture, conquering, loving, milling, etc.
Ancient wine: the search for the origins of viniculture.
It covers wine regions of the world, viticulture (vineyard management), viniculture (winemaking), appellation rules for various countries and regions, production methods for beers and spirits, cigars, food and wine pairing, service and blind tasting technique.
Then we move on to viniculture and viticulture the basics of winemaking and wine-growing.
The newcomers soon improved upon the ancient Incan design that channeled water down the mountainsides, transforming Mendoza into a paradise for viniculture.
I shouted to the viniculture consultant who guided us.
He compared Canadian viniculture to its Australian counterpart in terms of the motor industry.
Unlike other agricultural activities, viniculture resisted the pressure to mechanize during the nineteenth century because its age-old processes were seen as integral to the success of the product.
KHS Till has announced that it has presented a Keg Boy C2 keg racking unit to the Viniculture and Beverage Engineering Department at the University of Applied Science in Wiesbaden, Germany.