winemaking

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

  • They've done such a good job of excluding air from their winemaking process that they now have to make sure that a certain amount of oxygen gets into the wines in order to get good maturation.
  • There's a practical, workhorse ethic about the school's enology and viticulture programs, where students learn winemaking on a commercial scale.
  • Their role in winemaking is fundamental, which explains why properties that have the means to buy barrels are keen to have their own coopery.
  • Another method occurs in the winemaking process employing aging in new French oak barrels.
  • This has kept his palate firmly in touch with the European style of winemaking.
  • The word "ullage" is taken from the French term "ouillage," which is used in winemaking to describe the space between wine and the top of a storage container, such as a barrel or bottle. Aero-News Network
  • Loganberries display a purplish dark red colon Their flavor is slightly tart and very distinctive, which makes them useful for winemaking.
  • Loganberries display a purplish dark red colon Their flavor is slightly tart and very distinctive, which makes them useful for winemaking.
  • Our local supplier of beer-and winemaking supplies provided me with an extra dark malt crystal.
  • Pichler makes a point of saying there is no fining, no concentration of the must, and no chaptalization, as these wines are, in his words, “the essence of natural winemaking.” The World’s Greatest Wine Estates
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