Definition of winemaker
: a person who makes wine; specifically : one who supervises the wine-making process at a winery
Examples of winemaker in a Sentence
the biggest winemaker in Napa Valley
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Even in recent years, winemakers have undertaken massive replanting efforts to ensure higher quality grapes and wine moving forward.
In addition to cooking workshops, the ladies take guests on a tour of the region, offering an insider peek into the work and lives of local winemakers, farmers, and other culinary artisans.
Heinen's will hold an evening with winemaker Michael Honig of California's Napa Valley 6-8 p.m.
The coastal winery was founded by owners Nick and Happy Smith in 1987, and winemaker Mike McAndrew, who joined the business in July of that year, is still at the helm, crafting its European-style table wines.
Syrah sales in the U.S. are stubbornly moribund despite the passionate exhortations of countless winemakers, sommeliers, writers, retailers and hard-core fans.
So, while winemakers are not required to disclose nutritional information on the label, for those who choose to do so — whether for sugar or other ingredients — guidelines apply.
The event will begin with a winemaker dinner and reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday costing $175 per person.
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: a person or company that makes wines
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