Definition of vineyard
1 : a planting of grapevines
2 : a sphere of activity : field of endeavor toilers in the vineyard of diplomacy — Daniel Schorr
Recent Examples of vineyard from the Web
At the end of a long day of adventuring, relax in a hot mineral pool or explore vineyards.
Caroline Styne’s wine list doesn’t shy away from the ecology of vineyards, while Suzanne Goin’s cooking has become indispensable.
During the 19th century, many vineyards in Western European countries like France and Spain suffered from phylloxera, a microscopic aphid that attacks the grapevines’ roots and causes rot.
Vilhelm Parfumerie Basilico and Fellini: There is nothing quite like Italy and its winding coasts and rolling vineyards.
For the first time, attendees at Uncork Barrington will be able to taste wines made at Three Boys Rock, an Argentina vineyard that is owned by a local family, Corr said.
According Campbell County Conservation District Coordinator Amy Winkler, guests may explore vineyards, equestrian centers, beef cattle operations, horticultural operations, and see antique farm equipment.
The wines, along with skincare products made from vineyard grape seeds and skins, are available on the spa’s website.
Part of Château d’Yquem’s excellence is the winemaking knowledge at the vineyard, where wine has been made since the 1500s, and part is its unique microclimate.
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VINEYARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vineyard for English Language Learners
: a field where grapes are grown
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Definition of vineyard for Students
: a field of grapevines
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