- n. a person or company that makes wine
- n. someone who makes wine
“Future, Present and Past Rieslings at Sheldrake Point Vineyard (May 31) Join winemaker David Breeden and taste rieslings from several vintages, including a preview of the unreleased 2008 rieslings and library wines that are no longer available anywhere else.”
“You know, if I have to use more than an ordinary foilcutter and a corkscrew to open a bottle, I think the winemaker is thinking about things other than the customer.”
“The winemaker is urging consumers to drink it now or hold it for as long as 10 years.”
“There I was reminded that a winemaker is equal parts public persona and farmer.”
“Chris Wirth, the winemaker, is pleased with his creation.”
“Their winemaker is Gilles Martin, formerly of Martha Clara Vineyards, who makes wine for a few other smaller local producers.”
“So we called the winemaker, Brian Graham, and we could tell that he was used to explaining — in fact, a little weary from it all.”
“A Modesto winemaker is using the latest 21st century analytical chemistry technology to supplement the time-honored practice of tasting a mouthful of grapes to determine when the fruit is ready for picking.”
“We wondered how Meridian manages to make such a pleasing wine at this price in these quantities, so we called the winemaker, Lee Miyamura.”
“Kip Bedell, founder and winemaker, is known throughout L.I. wine country as "Mr. Merlot" and in tasting 17 vintages, he has certainly earned the title.”
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Terms used in the EU's Common Agricultural Policy referring to policy issues in the wine sector.
HU translations: abandoned wine-gr..., aeration, ageing, blending of wines, chaptalisation, charcoal, compulsory distil..., concentrated grap..., coupage, crisis distillation, crushed / not cru..., designation of or... and 50 more...
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