winemaker

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪnme‍ɪkɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who makes wine
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How To Use winemaker In A Sentence

  • For winemakers in the Rhone, 2002 was a disastrous year, with violent storms and huge rainfall during the harvest.
  • A talented winemaker whose drinking wine of the moment is Shiraz, Debbie has a clear idea about the wine that she likes to produce and the wine she likes to drink.
  • What's causing international winemakers to seek alternate closures for their wines?
  • He bought scores of wine books, consulted winemakers, and with textbook in hand attempted to turn the Bauduc plonk into a memorable wine.
  • Winemaker Juan Micieli-Martinez used a bit of every white grape MCV grows for this blend, which is 32% sauvignon blanc, 25% viognier, 15% chardonnay, 10% semillon, 8% riesling, 7% pinot grigio and 3% Gewurztraminer. The New York Cork Report:
  • While winemaker Mike Hirby is no longer as of just recently making wines at Realm, his legacy is impressive, especially with wines such as this dense, full-bodied Cabernet marked by notes of dark cherry and spice. The Most Powerful Grower in Napa
  • The grapes came from Granite Hill Vineyard, and the winemaker is Tony Coturri, who makes his own wines in California.
  • New oak will give more flavour to the wine than an aged barrel and winemakers have the option of aging part of a vintage in new oak for a certain period and then in aged oak.
  • The problem with Pinot Noir is that it teases winemakers with greatness.
  • I've even been asked by winemakers and importers to write my wine list according to region instead of grape variety.
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