Translation for 'viniculture' from English to French
NOUN   viniculture | -
SYNO viniculture | viticulture
culture {f} de la vigne
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Translation for 'viniculture' from English to French

culture {f} de la vigneagr.œnol.
Usage Examples English
  • Purcari grapes are hand-picked and processed using traditional methods. The wine-making process is based on the strictest canons of French viniculture.
  • The economy is based on farming, viniculture, fishing and tourism.
  • His contributions included over 110 scientific papers in English and French and a pursuit of the study of the relationship between geology and viniculture.
  • Paying homage the Ancient Greek colonists in Paestum and the viniculture experienced there, on November 22, 1995, the brand of wine "Paestum" went into production.
  • The local history museum provides interesting displays detailing the rich history of the town and area, including displays on daily life and local viniculture.

  • Today, Masandra is known for its viniculture and production of dessert and fortified wines.
  • All its names show that Regau once was famous for viniculture.
  • In 1979 the museum of viniculture in the historical 'Zehntscheur' (a barn where historic taxes were collected = 1 tenth of all produced goods) was established in Achkarren.
  • Orchardists use girdling as a cultural technique to yield larger fruit or to set fruit. In viniculture (grape cultivation) the technique is also called cincturing.
  • Chief occupations include farming, viniculture, olive growing, fruit growing and tourism.

  • Three Roman festivals were connected with viniculture and wine.
  • This farm specializes in viniculture by planting Grand Noir de la Calmette vineyards for the production of grape varieties oriented for the wine fermentation cellars within the farm and winemaking process.
  • The primary local industries are viniculture, fishing and tourism.
  • Room 8 describes regulation about harvesting-time, usage and trade of wine, to pass to local handicraft and viniculture in rooms 9 and 10.
  • Agriculture, more specifically viniculture but also dairy and beef cattle, has been the most important part of the local economy.

  • On 17 November 2017 Oltmanns founded the "First East Frisian cooperative wine-growers organisation", a project to build up viniculture in East Frisia, Germany's coastal region.
  • The first mentioning of viniculture in what is now the Netherlands dates back to 968.
  • The main economic activity of Velika Hoča is viniculture.
  • Cucamonga Valley is a warm climate for viniculture, with summer temperatures often exceeding [...]. The valley floor is sandy, alluvial soils. Pierce's disease has affected vines in the valley.
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