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Slang; in auto sales, a customer who believes whatever the salesperson tells him/her and who is generally agreeable. The term connotes a customer who will pay top price for an automobile.
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BARBERA A red wine grape from Piedmont (see) in Italy that makes a tart wine, usually higher in acidity than in tannins.
However, even among many of these growers, their skepticism remains about sustainable wine grape growing being good business.
TABLE 1: Details of wine grape production, by region, 2010
Oregon vineyards produced 34,400 tons of wine grapes, valued at $60.2 million in 2006, according to recently released figures from the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Beaujolais: A district in France in which the red wine grape Gamay Noir a jus Blanc is dominant, and which makes a light, delicate red wine, best served slightly chilled.
"The only reason to plant open land in the Central Valley with wine grapes would be a planting contract or a water issue, where the grower is worried about the water it takes to support almonds vs.
The Oregon wine and wine grape industries contribute an estimated $3 million annually to charities.
It has been a long time since I wrote a column about the use of biopesticides by wine grape growers.
While pricing pressures hit California wine grape growers last year, California wine shipments increased from the prior year, the institute said.
Total red wine grape varieties grew 6% in 1999 compared to 1998, while overall white varieties were up slightly year over year.