viticulturist


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viticulturist

[′vit·ə‚kəl·chə·rəst]
(agriculture)
A grower of grapes.
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Founded in 2004 by Neil Frederickson, Viticulturist, the boutique winery is currently in production with 3.
The involvement of certified enologists and viticulturists is the greatest contributing factor to the progression in quality.
1 -- color) Viticulturist Thomas Booth checks on a vineyard he recently installed behind a Hidden Hills home.
In all, grapes purchased and donated this year from the Walla Walla and Columbia valleys will be turned into six red and white wines, totaling 400 cases, viticulturist Start Clarke told The Union-Bulletin newspaper.
This made us question the Pinot Blanc standard," which came from the collection of Cornell viticulturist Bob Pool, Lamboy says.
Australian and international viticulturist Peter Hayes has been appointed director of viticulture for Rosemount Estate.
The pair will continue to work collaboratively with Argyle co-founder Allen Holstein, who carries on as viticulturist farming the winery's premium Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Meunier grapes.
Guests will also be guided on beverage selection by Stephan Joubert, viticulturist at South African vineyard, Boschendal.
The company's new vineyard installation and maintenance solutions are directed by their on-staff viticulturist, who will ensure that clients have an expert organizing their entire vineyard development and maintenance process.
The book explains how, following the tragic death of her extrovert Irish husband Ernie, "the shy young (33 year old) viticulturist, who hated flying, meeting people and had never sold a bottle of wine in her life, would go on to become one of New Zealand's iconic wine industry figures".
Adding to its desirability is an extensive and well-stocked wine cellar, presided over by viticulturist and backer Barnard Magrez.
Bledsoe, VWT's senior vice president of asset management, served in various positions at the Robert Mondavi Corporation and its affiliates, including as a research viticulturist, director of research & quality enhancement, director of grower relations and research, and ultimately as vice president, winegrowing.