Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of vintner.

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Examples

  • Larger vineyards have enologists, also known as vintners, who are there only to make and blend the wine.

    The Merlot Murders

  • But it would seem that "the cause," in the eyes of our Puritan lawmakers, was an indiscriminate sale of spirituous drinks; for the law chiefly enacts that none but "vintners" shall have permission to retail wine and "strong water."

    Mother Earth, Vol. 1 No. 4, June 1906 Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature

  • Recently in Tuscany researching a new project, Fridriksson learned about wine-making from the best vintners in the world.

    Cynthia Ellis: Mama Gogo Goes for the Oscar

  • On trips planned and stage-managed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Han has reminded Napa Valley vintners that the 15% Korean tariff on U.S. wines ends as soon as the pact takes effect and assured executives from Philadelphia's Ace Insurance group that U.S. financial firms will be guaranteed the same legal status as Korean firms.

    Envoy Hits the Road for Trade Deal

  • There were wines on this list that are next to impossible to buy and yet here they were, the Colgins, Harlans, Araujos from California alongside the great chateaux from France and the Italians, Barolos, Barbarescos and Brunellos from the finest Italian vintners.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Sleeps and Eats Where? On the California Coast

  • There are a lot of wine-tasting rooms from different local vintners, and to soak up the alcohol, go have coffee at one of the many bakeries along with a pastry.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Sleeps and Eats Where? On the California Coast

  • Found at the back of the wine list or at the far corner of the wine merchants, sandwiched between Germany and Eastern Europe, the country's vintners are relatively unknown, which seems a little unfair as it's hard to think of a comparable wine region that has shown such a dramatic reinvention in recent years.

    An Austrian Reawakening

  • Brian Stauffer for The Wall Street Journal When American vintners first developed a crush on Syrah about 10 years ago, it had all the makings of a long-term love affair.

    Can We Rekindle Our Love Affair With Syrah?

  • And yet when American vintners first developed a crush on Syrah about 10 years ago, it had all the makings of a long-term love affair.

    Can We Rekindle Our Love Affair With Syrah?

  • There are the odd exceptions, but most of the vintners you meet, when they aren't busy with the harvest, are quick to smile and offer a hand of friendship.

    Oregon's Quirky Charm

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