Translation of winery in Spanish:


bodega, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwaɪn(ə)ri//ˈwʌɪn(ə)ri/

nounPlural wineries


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    bodega feminine
    • By this time the region had sprouted quite a few more vineyards and wineries.
    • Then several years later, the winery hired Greg Bruni to come to West Texas to make the wine.
    • I would now like to touch on the subject of wine being sold by wineries on a Sunday.
    • The back label has a little blurb about the winery and its philosophy.
    • We wander into the winery next door to the studio, with its gleaming silver vats and stacked wooden crates of bottles ready for dispatch.
    • But in my research on this wine, I was able to find out a bit about the wine and the winery.
    • Like the Plaimont co-op, Torres is another winery that has two wines in my selection.
    • Bulgaria has more than 50 wineries and wine cellars, which are privately owned.
    • The winery also produced a very wide range of other wines, but Cabernet was and is its mainstay.
    • Unless you see a favorite that you want that night, choose a wine from a winery you've never heard of.
    • The same winery's Swan Bay Pinot Noir (closed with a screwcap) was undrinkable.
    • The fact that it's from Hungary shouldn't put you off, as anything from the Neszmely winery is worth buying.
    • National tasting tours and promotional events held by a number of wineries are also well attended.
    • The rest of the winery's production is sold at charity auctions.
    • We get the wine we deserve if we continue to support wineries that demand high prices for untried products.
    • Texas will collect sales tax revenue on shipments now as well as a shipper's permit fee from wineries.
    • Some of these wineries are also producing Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, and Riesling.
    • There are so many new wineries and wines that it will take several columns to cover just the highlights.
    • Made by a winery that makes great wines at every price point, this is a restrained, citrus fruity white.
    • Then he met a banker named Donna, who thought Lee's idea of starting a winery was great.