vintner

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vintner

a wine merchant
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The festival is aimed at promoting local production of grapes and wine, increasing the export potential of wine and bringing the history of winemaking in Azerbaijan to the guests' attention.
Roundtable was held within the festival on the problems and directions of development of winemaking industry of the country and access of local wines to the foreign markets.
Speaking at the opening of the 5 th Paphos Wine Festival and traditional product exhibition, Kadis said viticulture and winemaking were key elements of the island's agricultural economy since they contributed to the increase of the gross domestic product, create jobs and improve the trade balance.
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is one of the world's biggest wine companies that makes, markets and sells wine; a global winemaking and distribution business with access to more than 13,000 hectares of owned or leased vineyards.
I took over as Director of Winemaking in 2011 and my responsibilities include taking care of the 80-acre vineyard and the fermentation and blending process.
Bailly Lapierre uses SLS Series Eccentric Disc Pumps from Mouvex as part of its winemaking process.
This technique can be considered a good alternative to conventional winemaking process to increase the aromatic complexity and improve the sensory quality of wines.
There are over 10,000 varieties of grapes around the world today, including both used for winemaking and for eating as fruits.
The guests will have their chance to get acquainted with and taste the production of Bulgarian winemakers within key winemaking regions of Bulgaria.
They were on a tour of California to invest somewhere in a winemaking venture.
The winemaker, Louwritz Louw, comments: By using Rooibos and Honeybush wood during various stages in the winemaking process, their powerful antioxidants protect the wine naturally.