vinifera

[n] - common European grape cultivated in many varieties
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vinifera

vinifera grape noun common European grape cultivated in many varieties; chief source of Old World wine and table grapes
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Vinifera

Scientific name of the primary species of Vitis (vines) used for winemaking. Vitis vinifera produces nearly all the world's wines (certainly all the world's best wines).
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Vinifera

Abbreviation for the species Vitis vinifera vines, see European vines .
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Vinifera

Scientific name of the primary species of Vitis (vines) used for winemaking. Vitis vinifera produces nearly all the world's wines (certainly all the world's best wines).
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vinifera

The species name for the European grape vine, Vitis vinifera.
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Vinifera

See Vitis vinifera.
Found on http://www.nebraskawines.com/wine-glossary/
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