viniculture


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viniculture

the process or business of growing grapes and making wine
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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.
It was sponsored by Photos Photiades Distributors and Barton & Guestier (B&G), the theme revolving purely on France's wine history and geography, viniculture and viticulture.
Since the municipality of Colombo has a hundred-year-old tradition in winemaking with a constant demand for its products, the ever-growing enthusiasm among consumers for quality and safety food with a clear regional identity motivates a potential expansion of the viniculture area, along with that of Almirante Tamandare, once their similarities have been pointed out.
And since viniculture fills Genevaas countryside (over 250 passionate winemakers produce high-quality wines each year), a special selection has been made to have pride of place in SWISS Taste of Switzerland.
Unlike the lethargic pastoralism of the lute-playing shepherds who lean and loaf at their ease in Virgil's Eclogues or the epic imperialism of the Aeneid, the agricolas in The Georgics stay busy with the tasks of agriculture, viniculture, animal husbandry, and beekeeping which repeat themselves as part of an annual cycle: "The farmer's toil returns, moving in a circle, as the year rolls back upon itself over its own footsteps" (II.401-02).
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His books, "Uncorking the Past: The Quest for Wine, Beer and Other Alcoholic Beverages," and "Ancient Wine: The Search for the Origins of Viniculture," have chronicled his work.
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Thanks to the influence of the vineyard, he's now attending Cornell's agriculture school with a minor in viniculture.
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He added that in 2014 the Government will start planting 800 ha of vineyards to develop viniculture.