vinegrower

Translations

vinegrower

[ˈvaɪnˌgrəʊəʳ] nviticoltore m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Vinos Cambronero is managing by Francisco Cambronero, vinegrower who produces organic signature wine exclusively, branded bottled Franchete.
Two of the articles show just how dated the image of the little old vinegrower is.
In Jesus' words, our community will consist of God, "the vinegrower," and ourselves as "the branches" (John 15:1, 5).
Rather than wish that the divine vinegrower might prune away this one or that one who, in our estimation, is no more than a nuisance or dead weight, we might do well to heed the wise counsel of one of our.
Jesus says, "I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower....
The gospel, John 15:1-11 began, "I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower. He removes every branch in me that bears no fruit." The reading, however, was delivered in 15 languages by synod members scattered throughout the 19th-century Christ's Church Cathedral in Hamilton, Ont.
15:1-4, 6a, 7 states: "I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower. He removes every branch in me that bears no fruit.
At the other, once he has sold his grapes or his wine to the co-operative or negociant, the vinegrower has no interest in the product or marketing.
The image of the vine for the people of Israel, nurtured and cared for by God the vinegrower in the Hebrew Scripture, is the background for this important discourse by the Johannine Jesus to underscore the importance of John's community's being connected as branches to Jesus who is the vine.
In terms of the Gospel reading, Philip is the vinedresser, the vinegrower's agent.
To the south, the vinegrower demands a wider portfolio and, in fact, some 13 grape varieties are permitted for Chateauneuf-du-Pape alone.
Other vinegrowers in Crete who cannot plant higher up could irrigate their vines to help slow their growth, she said.