We have no meanings for "small vineyard" in our records yet.
This glorious spot is neglected, and only serves for a small vineyard and kitchen-garden.
Behind this, enclosed with embankments, was a small vineyard.
For has not the small vineyard of Naboth been always an eyesore to neighbouring potentates?
He was king of all Israel, and what was one small vineyard more or less to him?
Henriette Signol's parents owned a small vineyard two leagues out of Angouleme, on the road to Saintes.
Here the light seems to gain a deeper feeling, and the small vineyard by the side holds it too.
He owned a small vineyard, and had a picturesque chateau, which he inherited from his ancestors, among the hills.
Among the tasters were artists, publishers and three people in the wine business, one the owner of a small vineyard.
In the following year they cleared four hundred acres more, and built a saw-mill, tannery, and storehouse, and planted a small vineyard.
In a bird-watching and wine-growing area, the house comes with a small vineyard of its own, along with a garden, meadows and orchard.
From the start we focused on artisan producers, small vineyards, producing organic or biodynamic wine.
Paddy O'Flynn from the Wine Buff in Sandycove will be showcasing a range of quality wines from small vineyards.
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