Translation for 'winegrower' from English to Russian
NOUN   a winegrower | winegrowers
виноградарь {м}
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Translation for 'winegrower' from English to Russian

виноградарь {м}занятиесель.
Usage Examples English
  • Leo Laliman was a winegrower and viticulturist from Bordeaux, France.
  • "Botrytis cinerea" mold on grapes may cause "winegrower's lung", a rare form of hypersensitivity pneumonitis (a respiratory allergic reaction in predisposed individuals).
  • Johann Valentin Pressler, who was a forebear of Elvis Presley and a winegrower, emigrated from Niederhochstadt (then a village) to America in 1710.
  • Until 2000, there was winegrowing around Niederburg, but in that year, the last winegrower had his vines cleared, and no wine has been made in the municipality since.
  • The Weingärtnergenossenschaft Neckarsulm-Gundelsheim (winegrower's cooperative of Neckarsulm and Gundelsheim) is the oldest winegrower's collective in Germany.

  • In 1974, Emil Tedeschi of the Napa Valley winegrower family of Calistoga, California, established the first Hawaiian commercial winery, the Tedeschi Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch.
  • Jean Roy, whose Provençal name was more probably Jean Rey, was a winegrower of Vaudois origin, settled in Lourmarin in the Luberon who emigrated to South Africa in 1688.
  • In 2011, he published the comic album "Les Ignorants (The Initiates)", the story of his initiation to the work of winemaking and his exchanges with the winegrower.
  • Christophe Barthès (born 12 October 1966) is a French winegrower and politician of the National Rally. Since 2022, he has been a member of the National Assembly representing Aude's 1st constituency.
  • Jerome Julian Lohr (born January 1st, 1937) is an American real estate developer, agriculturist, and winegrower.

  • Pierce left Black Hills in 2018 Black Hills vineyard manager and winegrower Steve Carberry is on his 17th year working at Black Hills.
  • José Francisco da Terra Brum (10 March 1776 – 22 January 1842) was a merchant, winegrower, and the first Baron of Alagoa on the island of Faial in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.
  • Tolleret is a winegrower at the Pic Saint-Loup in a private domain which she owns.
  • Marcelin Albert (29 March 1851 – 21 December 1921) was a French cafe owner and winegrower considered the leader of the 1907 revolt of the Languedoc winegrowers.
  • Peacock was born in Adelaide to Wiles Peacock, a conveyancer, winegrower and distiller of Fullarton and his wife Jane Peacock, née Furneaux, who arrived in South Australia aboard "Taglioni" in October 1842 with two daughters.

  • Manuel Maria da Terra Brum (2 February 1825 – 11 July 1905) was a merchant, winegrower, and the third Baron of Alagoa on the island of Faial in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.
  • On April 23, 2016, IPM celebrated its five-year anniversary in Klosterneuburg together with Johannes Schmuckenschlager, president of the Austrian winegrower federation.
  • Nicolas Joly (born 1945) is a French winegrower in the Loire wine region, and one of the pioneers and leading personalities of the biodynamic wine movement.
  • Müller married a Swiss woman and moved to the canton of Vaud to become a winegrower.
  • Nowadays a "château" may be any stately residence built in a French style; the term is additionally often used for a winegrower's estate, especially in the Bordeaux region of France.

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