wine-producing

wine-producing

adj
(Agriculture) of or relating to a place where wine is produced
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A beautifully and profusely illustrated volume, "Larousse Wine" provides comprehensive coverage of the wine-producing regions of the world.
Slovenias viniculture is characterised by the countrys diverse geography and microclimates; its latitude aligns with many renowned and prolific wine-producing regions like Bordeaux, Burgundy and Northern Rhne.
A little over five centuries ago, the unassuming district of Ocoa Bay in the Dominican Republic became the first wine-producing region of the Americas, reports CNN (Nov.
In 2012 wine production decreased in the top three wine-producing countries, according to the USDA, which noted production was down 19% in France, 8% in Italy and 5.
He offers wine tourists a handy guide to California's well-known and lesser-known wine-producing regions.
According to a report presented by the Assembly of European Wine-Producing Regions (AREV), the elimination of planting rights could result in an "overproduction crisis".
A new report presented by the Assembly of European Wine-Producing Regions (AREV) in Brussels, on 2 March, claims that the elimination of planting rights could result in an "overproduction crisis".
For many years Yamanashi Prefecture, one of Japan's leading wine-producing regions, has been trying to promote the virtues of domestically produced wine despite the fact that the home market is largely dominated by cheaper imports, including wines made with imported grapes.
I don't for one minute think we are going to rival any of the great wine-producing areas of the world.
Agriculture ministers from the EU's eight wine-producing countries sent, on 21 January, a letter to the Health Commissioner, Markos Kyprianou, asking him to exclude wine from the future legislation on the labelling of foodstuffs.
The agreement also establishes new rules for labeling in order to give consumers more information about the grapes used to make the wine and where they were grown, which the Commission insists is necessary considering the labeling practices used in wine-producing countries that have steadily cut into the EU worldwide market share.
And the Duo Varietal wines consist of a blend of two varietals typical of a French wine-producing region, in which a second varietal brings complexity, fruit and depth to the main varietal.