wine making

NOUN
  1. the craft and science of growing grapes and making wine
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How To Use wine making In A Sentence

  • The Italian businessmen were interested also in co-operation in agriculture, especially viticulture, wine making, timber processing and the production of household utensils.
  • Without letting this error set him back Joseph continued working with the icewine and through his blind correction of the error fell upon a wine making technique. Icewine fetches a cool $30,000
  • The new world has helped turn wine growing and wine making into a science (viticulture and viniculture respectively).
  • He promised to send her something to prevent the wine making her sleep too soundly, meaning a composing draught to enable her to sleep, as he saw very little chance of her doing so without. Isabel Leicester A Romance by Maude Alma
  • It is this wine making lineage that fascinates Mr. Moosbrugger. An Ecclesiastical Heritage
  • The forum featured about 30 German companies operating mainly in the production of equipment for viticulture and wine making, in electronics, metallurgy and tourism.
  • The forum featured about 30 German companies operating mainly in the production of equipment for viticulture and wine making, in electronics, metallurgy and tourism.
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