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vinery

[ vahy-nuh-ree ]
/ ˈvaɪ nə ri /
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noun, plural vin·er·ies.
a place or enclosure in which vines, especially grapevines, are grown.
vines collectively.
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Origin of vinery

1375–1425; vine + -ery, replacing late Middle English vinary<Medieval Latin vīnārium, noun use of neuter of Latin vīnārius of wine; see -ary
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British Dictionary definitions for vinery

vinery
/ (ˈvaɪnərɪ) /

noun plural -eries
a hothouse for growing grapes
another name for a vineyard
vines collectively
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