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He cited a “global trend” of consumers asking for information about “responsible and committed viticulture.”

Last week, I wrote about a winery executive’s call for critics to highlight — even favor — wineries that practice environmentally friendly viticulture.

Like any human activity, viticulture has an impact on nature.

To court socially minded millennials, some wineries are investing in more than grapesIn recent years, we’ve seen the growth of the natural wine movement, emphasizing eco-friendly viticulture and “minimalist” winemaking.

Look for wineries practicing environmentally friendly viticulture.

Overall, 2000 years of history have created a viticulture model that is unique and perceived as such, worldwide.

Romans first cultivated vines there in the 2nd century B.C., and viticulture flourished.

Shortly after the wine trade regained momentum, Germany braced for war, and viticulture and wine trade came to a halt.

The more one knows about viticulture, the more untenable this viewpoint becomes.

Today the winemaker Daniel Ravier is responsible for viticulture and vinification at Domaine Tempier.

It has been widely disseminated and its place in viticulture should soon be known.

Between 1880 and 1890, viticulture scarcely held its own in this division.

Cotton cultivation and viticulture are carried on in some districts.

The society was originally organised by Colonel Haraszthy, the pioneer in recent times of Californian viticulture.

During all of this period the European grape was being tried and all hopes for viticulture were centered about it.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to viticulture, such as: agriculture, cultivation, farming, arboriculture, floriculture, and viniculture.

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