wine grower


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wine grower

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1. (Agriculture) a person engaged in cultivating vines in order to make wine
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The rugged region of Les Calanques east of Marseilles has some of the most challenging topography for a wine grower.
Leslie applied to operate a domestic winery under 250,000 liters and to be a wine grower.
Any wine grower who believed one of his colleagues did not respect this adage could bring the case before the courts.
Upon arrival at the festival, visitors are welcomed by a giant statue of a famous Cypriot wine grower and can then take advantage of the many stalls offering various wines and local delicacies all free of charge
Tom Hoffman, a California wine grower and barn owl advocate, had barn owl families breed in nine of 12 installed houses in a matter of months.
To mark Steve's entry into the record books, a rose was named after him and a wine grower has named a champagne Golden Redgrave.
A good example of this is the fact that no Buendner wine grower uses concentrates.
WINE grower David Frost shot a vintage round to prove the old man of South African golf still comes with a kick.
Wine grower and distributor Boutinot hopes to raise pounds 6 million by floating on the London Stock Exchange later on this year.
Hudson T' offers something rare in New World Syrah, going beyond proper varietal definition to a profile coming uniquely from a single site," said proprietor and wine grower, Michael Havens.
We are excited to engage with a company dedicated to artisanal, regionally specific wines, said Michael Havens, proprietor and wine grower of Havens Wine Cellars.
and Paul Draper received the 2003 Copia Wine Awards as Wine Grower of the Year (Rochioli) and Vintner of the Year (Draper).