noun, plural vigne·rons [veenyuh-rawn] /vinyəˈrɔ̃/. French.
- vignola, giacomo da
Examples from the Web for vigneron
The manufacturer combined the professions of vigneron and doctor—in our time the only doctor for many miles around.Thirty Years in Australia|Ada Cambridge
Then Madame Vigneron in all sincerity burst into tears and wept for the sister whom she loved so much.
Madame Vigneron, pale rose, large and full, very sweet and good.The Book of Roses|Francis Parkman
A vigneron at Volnay carried me into his vineyard, which was of about ten arpents.
A prey also to emotion, his eyes full of tears, Vigneron sought to console his wife.