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crianza

Translation of crianza in English:

sustantivo femenino

crianza

Cultural Note: crianza

A term which refers both to the process of ageing wines, and to a category of wines, vinos de crianza, which have been aged for a minimum of two years, first in barrels or the more modern stainless steel tanks, and then in the bottle.
Example sentences
  • Coincidencias de los padres sobre las pautas de crianza en las diferentes etapas de la vida.
  • Curso para criadores en técnicas de crianza de ganado lechero.
  • Esta vez ofrece becas para un curso corto en crianza de aves y alimentación de animales.

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