|greenhouse for grapes||vinery|
|a socialist or communist, bloodshot, color of blood, having a red coloring, made from black grapes, of the color of blood, one of the primary colors, color similar to that of blood; redness; condition of being in debt; person who holds radical politica...||red|
|abduct somebody, abduction, act of physically forcing another person to have sexual intercourse; refuse of grapes left after the extraction of the juice in winemaking; European plant of the mustard family; despoiling, plundering, colza, force somebody ...||rape|
|advanced music or drama school, conservatoire, greenhouse, hothouse; school of fine arts (i.e. music conservatory)||conservatory|
|alcohol fermented from grapes, alcohol fermented from other fruit, dark purplish-red, dark purplish-red color, drink wine; serve wine, fermented grape juice; burgundy color; alcoholic drink made from fermented fruit; anything intoxicating or exhilarati...||wine|
|apparatus used for making wine, vat in which juice is extracted from grapes by treading or pressing||winepress|
|arranged in clusters around a common stem (Botany), clustered like bunch of grapes, with flowers clustered along stem, with youngest flowers at tip||racemose|
|Bordeaux wine produced from muscat grapes||muscadel|
|Bordeaux wine produced from muscat grapes||Muscadelle|
|building where orange trees are grown, place where oranges are grown (especially a greenhouse facility for growing oranges in a cool climate)||orangery|
|center of activity, greenhouse, structure in which plants are raised out of season, heated greenhouse, sensitive||hothouse|
|CFC, type of greenhouse gas, one of the gases thought to be responsible for the hole in the ozone layer, CFC (Ecology)||chlorofluorocarbon|
|chlorofluorocarbon, chlorofluorocarbontype of greenhouse gas, one of the gases thought to be responsible for the hole in the ozone layer (Ecology), gas used in refrigerant and aerosols||CFC|
|choice, high quality; classic; from a good year, good for wine, grape harvesting, group sharing characteristics, of the best, out of date, period, wine from a particular harvest; act of gathering ripe grapes; year in which the grapes of a particular wi...||vintage|
|clustered, grouped together (like grapes); composed of acini, acinous||aciniform|
|compound in grapes and sugar cane||glycolic acid|
|dark purple color, dark purple in color, edible fruit, grapeshot, grapevine, plant with fruit resembling grapes, type of fruit which grows in clusters on a vine (used to make wine)||grape|
|derived from grapes; pertaining to a compound in which racemism occurs, not deflecting light||racemic|
|dry white wine made from chardonnay grapes; variety of white grape||chardonnay|
|fern with spore capsules like grapes||grape fern|
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