It was signed between the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Agriculture and Viniculture
(MOEATAV) of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate of Germany.
The first sentence of 2-23-4(a) states that agricultural operations includes any commercial enterprise that has as its primary purpose horticulture, viticulture, viniculture
, floriculture, forestry, stabling of horses, dairy farming, or aquaculture, or the raising of livestock.
Some examples were statistical data and research on viniculture
to generate knowledge about the wine industry.
He discusses prehistory and protohistory of wine, viniculture
in Italy, viticulture, vinification, and distribution and consumption.
No exploration of Etna would be complete without mention of its extraordinary 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.
is characterised by the country's diverse geography and microclimates; its latitude aligns with many renowned and prolific wine-producing regions like Bordeaux, Burgundy and Northern Rhone.
Siblings, in their 30s, from a fourth-generation California farming family, they both decided during college that they wanted a life in viniculture
Between aims and limitations: the viniculture
industry in Baja California (1935-1943) *
Schii, who taught in the university's Economic Faculty, argued that bringing Tajikistan closer to the levels of other republics would involve continued industrialization not just in the existing cities but throughout the republic, as well as a development of agriculture that focused not just on cotton but on horticulture and viniculture
in Wales is booming, says newly installed WVA chairman Robb Merchant, owner of White Castle Vineyard in Abergavenny.
Charolotte said: "Colin has always loved his viniculture
and before I met him he would tour the vineyards of France.