- n. a person who grows grapes
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One engaged in viticulture.
- n. a cultivator of grape vine
“David Abreu is best known as a viticulturist, but the quality of his own wines speaks to the extraordinary work he does in the vineyard, keeping yields as small as any of his peers, and massaging the wines through the winemaking and upbringing in cask with virtually no intervention.”
“Jefferson also was an aspiring viticulturist and planted two vineyards at Monticello.”
“I don't know who Lil Jon is, but I think odds are that he's not a viticulturist.”
“In an email to those on his list, Tony Wolf, viticulturist at Virginia Tech, hailed Bagley for his generosity in helping growers and winemakers throughout the region and his support of research into vine diseases and pathogens bedeviling Virginia vintners.”
“Archeologists have found a winery in almost every second house around here," says Ben Ami Bravdo, a viticulturist at Hebrew University and a Judean Hills winemaker.”
“He began to study the origins of winemaking, reading the works of Roman viticulturist Lucius Columella, and discovered that up until around 1,000 A.D. all wines were made in clay amphorae.”
“Parley and Chapel Down's viticulturist, Craig Daly, also from New Zealand, want to concentrate on getting the best grapes possible from the vineyards, as they make a strong push to improve the still wines – chardonnay, pinot blanc and pinot noir.”
“According to viticulturist Cliff Ohmart in his article, "Climate Change and Viticulture," wine producers must be especially careful about following basic methods of sustainable growing.”
“At the time, he was the viticulturist for Newhouse Vineyards in Sunnyside, Wash.; until recently he was on the faculty for the wine program in Walla Walla.”
“At the time, he was the viticulturist for Newhouse Vineyards in Sunnyside, Washington; until recently he was on the faculty for the wine program in (the town of) Walla Walla.”
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