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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A viticulturist. Elect, Rev. (Amer.), XIII. xviii. 4. [Rare.]


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  • Says Martin Codax viticulturalist Katia Álvarez, "We have real wines here, ones with a clear place of origin and a unique identity."

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  • "Each viticulturalist guards her maceration secrets."

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  • "My father loves good wine and food and taught me to do the same, but I don't think he intended for me to become a viticulturalist," says Ms. Carballeira, who started her winemaking career in 2001 with a student internship program.

    Ladies of Spain: Winemakers

  • BTW, I am not a dendrochronologist, but I have done a lot of work with plants as a viticulturalist and gardiner over the past many years, and I have observed non-linearity rather than linearity.

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  • "It was my chief viticulturalist," says one of Germany's most talked about winemakers. - Articles related to Are Bees Addicted To Caffeine And Nicotine?

  • Li, a viticulturalist, and he said it could be a citrus fruit native to China.

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  • With this in mind, Cosman suggested that a successful vineyard and winery industry developed locally as evidenced by reaping a bountiful harvest through the efforts of Glenbank viticulturalist Jody Scott after a three-year trial period, could indeed prove a possibility for our region.

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  • Our viticulturalist selects grapes from specific cooler climate vineyards across the Western Cape for terroir specificity and typical fruit driven Douglas Green style.


  • A local viticulturalist, James Dicey, has seen the damage said, "It looks like we got away with only very minimal damage this time.



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