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  • n. a person or company that makes wine

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  • n. someone who makes wine


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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Of Two Minds on a Red

  • 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.

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  • We wondered how Meridian manages to make such a pleasing wine at this price in these quantities, so we called the winemaker, Lee Miyamura.

    The Chardonnay Conundrum

  • 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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