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- adj. Yielding wine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Yielding or producing wine, as a country.
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One of the happiest recent trends in wine is the re-emergence, after a generation of exile to the outer reaches of viniferous unfashionability, of rosé.
He's not a cook or food writer but you can't discuss Provence without devoting some attention to the viniferous and culinary arts.
Time to broaden your palate, and your viniferous horizons, to deep in the southern oceans.
I must leave them to the reader's imagination; but I hardly think I am wrong in stating that there are no grapes in the world more delicious or more viniferous than those that grow in the province of Mendoza.
It is also true French viniferous heroes jeer at Australian wine, sneering down aquiline noses arrogantly while choking on statistics saying France’s wine industry has had its day.