wine making

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: making - the craft and science of growing grapes and making wine
craft, trade - the skilled practice of a practical occupation; "he learned his trade as an apprentice"
vinify - convert a juice into wine by fermentation; "vinify grape juice"
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The Romans introduced us to wine making and, by the Middle Ages, vines were cropping up all over the countryside.
The other four chapters describe every step in the vineyard cultivation and wine making process, the by-products thrown off during each step, and the economic potential of utilizing grape stalks and pomace, grape lees, and wastewater.
Well established retail homebrew beer and wine making kit business with huge online sales presence for sale.
She has also taught wine making and cheese making classes.
In a recent interview with Wine Spectator, the actor revealed how he first learned the process of not only wine making but also grape farming first.
The Allegrini family has played a leading role in the history of Valpolicella since the 16th century and has passed on the culture of wine making from generation to generation.
The state has emerged as a potential player in wine making in the country.
Taste can be controversial," the Swede acknowledges, but Elofsson puzzles over how debate has come to surround the fundamentals of the individual vintner's approach to wine making.
to the cellar workers; the equipment, all of which was undergoing radical modernization; research about grapes and wine; the collegial relations between winemakers; the use of oak in wine making.
Wine making is among the world's most ancient culinary arts and is enjoying a resurgence of popularity today.
A meltham man, whose wine making hobby has turned into a thriving business, is hoping his fruity tipples will soon be in demand nationwide.