viticetum

noun
viti·​ce·​tum | \ˌvitəˈsētəm, ˌvīt-\
plural viticeta\-​ētə \ also viticetums

Definition of viticetum 

: a growth or plantation of vines, especially grapevines

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History and Etymology for viticetum

irregular (influenced by Latin vitic-, vitex chaste tree) from Latin vitis vine + -etum

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