Definitions

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  • noun One engaged in viticulture.

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  • noun a person who grows grapes

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  • noun a cultivator of grape vine

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Examples

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • 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.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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