Definition of viticulture in English:
1The cultivation of grapevines.
- Those on the flatter inner edge are frequently planted in land more suited to agriculture than to viticulture.
- The concepts of winemaking, viticulture, varietals and everything surrounding wine production in the Chianti Classico zone have been reborn.
- Agriculture includes livestock-rearing, viticulture, and crops such as cereals, sugar beet, and potatoes.
1.1The study of grape cultivation.
- Only when he was 36 did he decide to study viticulture and oenology in more detail, in Paris.
- Early on, Shari went back to school to study viticulture and enology at the University of California, Davis.
- Maybe you just have to get a book on viticulture to keep your grapes from going bad.
- Example sentences
- Winemaking technology and viticultural science have advanced to such a degree that talented winemakers can sometimes turn out fairly delicious wines even when nature is working against them.
- When their viticultural efforts didn't meet with much success in the semi-arid Mexican terrain where agave thrives, the Europeans decided to compromise.
- Most of the region's winemakers arrived here when it was still a viticultural frontier.
- Example sentences
- It is grown in every wine region, bending as much to the wills of the viticulturists and wine-makers as to the influence of climate and terroir.
- A fickle grape, it can disappoint the best viticulturists and wine makers, but - teeth gritted - they try again and again, blaming the wrong vineyard site, the wrong clone, wrong trellising, and so on.
- To do this he went to France and recruited the best viticulturists, winemakers and architects for his new project.
Definition of viticulture in:
- US English dictionary
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