viniferous

viniferous

(vɪˈnɪfərəs)
adj
(Brewing) wine-producing

vi•nif•er•ous

(vaɪˈnɪf ər əs, vɪ-)

adj.
suitable for or used in winemaking.
[1825–35; < Latin vīnifer (see vini-, -fer) + -ous]
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