viticulturist


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viticulturist

[′vit·ə‚kəl·chə·rəst]
(agriculture)
A grower of grapes.
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The depth of knowledge about the unique terroir and vineyards accumulated by seasoned viticulturist Aidan Morton, is another key asset.
Richard Smart is a qualified and experienced viticulturist. Contact him at vinedocto@smartvit.com.au.
The citrus producer and viticulturist both identified their upbringing as being from small towns.
Founded in 2004 by Neil Frederickson, Viticulturist, the boutique winery is currently in production with 3.5 acres.
I met Horst Capari on the trip, the state viticulturist of the Western Colorado Research Center, and was impressed with his outreach in educating wineries as to the differences in the cold climates of Colorado versus those of sunny California and how to apply these differences in the vineyard.
What is grown by a viticulturist? ground at Ashton Gate?
Biodynamic viticulturist Nicholas Joly of Coulee de la Serrant in the French Loire Valley has been a pioneer in this method of wine production since the early 1970s.The principles of biodynamic farming are based on a series of eight lectures, called "Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture," written by the German philosopher Rudolph Steiner.
This career guide suggests 33 jobs for working in the outdoors, such as beekeeper, game warden, irrigation specialists, peanut farmer, and viticulturist. Each entry describes the work performed and skills required, provides an interview with an expert in the field, and lists the salary range, education, personal attributes, and occupational
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.
That's where Ruben Solorzano--the Stolpman family's longtime viticulturist and a bona fide grape-growing legend--farms some of the most intense, flavorful fruit around.
We also have columns by celebrated wine writer Hugh Johnson and respected viticulturist Richard Smart.