winery

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪnəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈwaɪnɝi/ ]
NOUN
  1. an establishment where wine is made
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How To Use winery In A Sentence

  • The place has its own state-of-the-art winery, its own cooperage to ensure flavour and complexity, its own chef to educate consumers on the perfect blend of food and wine. It's all part of a worldwide trend.
  • No, not representing the winery …. just thoroughly enjoy the wines from this boutique winery in Shelton, WA. Syrah: beyond the fruit bomb | Dr Vino's wine blog
  • The bottles are then capped and placed in the cool cellars of the winery for up to 2 years.
  • In our travels in Argentina, I've had the chance to visit Eva Peron's grave, fall in love with a local winery, and take a river cruise.
  • One of these, Chåteau Rauzan-Ségla, a grand cru classé winery in the Margaux region, is celebrating its 350thanniversaryby releasing its 2009 Bordeaux with a label designed and signed by Karl Lagerfeld himself. Mary Orlin: Tasting Notes on Wine and Style
  • Made at Charles Back's winery cum cheese factory, this is a smoky, intense, richly oaked white with honey, lemon, lime and herbal fruit characters.
  • His winery was technically advanced, and he seems to have made good wine.
  • A large projecting vitrine frames a view back over the winery and the three existing buildings, now rehabilitated.
  • We were both holding Graves-designed Dansk glasses, half-filled with the 2006 Clos Pegase Merlot, a wine produced at a Graves-designed winery. Michael Graves
  • When my wife worked for an important Napa Valley winery, at all parties involving management, winery worker snad vineyard workers, there was very little social interaction between the three groups and any attempt to break the ice would have embarrassed just about everybody. Bubba�s
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