Wineries are places where wine is made. A winery can buy grapes from other people and make wine. They don't have to grow anything themselves. A vineyard, on the other hand, grows grapes and may produce wine in its own winery.
Sauvignon Blanc India Facilities that make wine have existed for decades by using grapes grown in other areas if they didn't have the means to grow the grapes themselves. It is a fairly common practice even in places that don't have sandy soil. The late 1990s brought real vineyards, places where grapes that are used in wine production are grown, to the Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas. Overcoming the once-proclaimed cursed and unfertile soil for grapes, we started growing and making South Carolina wine.
Chenin Blanc India Truth be told, South Carolina has been producing wine for many, many years. However, most of these wines have gone unnoticed by the often-snobbish wine world. Indigenous South Carolina wines include muscadine, scuppernong and other various fruit wines. True, these don't follow the traditional standards that wine has been bound to the last 60 or so years, but it did establish the foundation for where we are today. Since the birth of actual vineyards on our shores, we are growing and producing most of the major varietals and are doing them with our own style.
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The company, which has already completed the sales of 20 of the 36 vineyards it identified as being surplus to requirements during a strategic review earlier this year, has confirmed that the Bailey’s winery at Rutherglen, Victoria, has been taken off the market.
Rosé India As well as the vineyard attached to the Bailey’s site, the 150 hectare Guthries vineyard and the 246ha Shulz vineyard, both at Wrattonbully on South Australia’s Limestone Coast, and the 59ha vineyard at Meridian Home on the New South Wales central coast, have all also been taken off the market.
Sauvignon Blanc India The news suggests that Foster’s might be preparing for something of a turnaround in its wine business after previously announcing it is planning on splitting its wine business from its highly profitable beer operations.
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Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta plansto go global with his new winery. He first wants to get his teaminto the World Cup final.
Cabernet Shiraz India The 26-year-old, man of the match in Spain’s last game,meets Germany tonight in a World Cup semifinal in Durban, SouthAfrica. He’s spending about 9 million euros ($11.3 million) onvineyards and a winery a mile from his hometown in the CastillaLa Mancha region, said his father Jose Antonio, who is managingthe operation.
Rosé India The Spanish economy is in a two-year slump, and thegovernment is trying to cut the third-largest deficit in theeuro region, while propping up savings banks. The winery, whichplans to export to Germany, the U.K. and Japan, initially aimsto make 200,000 euros of profit on annual revenue of 600,000euros, Iniesta Sr. said.
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Foster's has cancelled the sale of four vineyards and a winery after deciding they were important to its future wine strategy.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) The company has sold 20 of the 36 vineyards identified as surplus to requirements during a strategic review that concluded in February, shedding about 3000ha of vines, including just under 1000ha across three US vineyards.
Cabernet Shiraz India However, after announcing in May that it was evaluating a plan to spin off its troubled wine division from its highly cash-generative beer business, Foster's appears to be readying itself for a wine rebound.
06 Jul, 2010 02:00 PM ANOTHER attempt to establish a microbrewery next to one of the region’s iconic wineries has been rejected by Busselton Shire Council.
Chenin Blanc The council considered a microbrewery was inconsistent with the shire’s Town Planning Scheme as it may jeopardise the agricultural use of adjoining land.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) Cullen Wines again argued vigorously that yeast from a microbrewery would contaminate their vineyard and also claimed it would endanger vineyards in the region if allowed.
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