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Azienda vinicola

A common name in Italy for a winery or vineyard. There are also tax advantages associated with this designation. In addition, several other names are also common for wineries, which are placed in front of the name: Azienda agricola (agricultural holding), Casa or the abbreviation Ca' (house, home), Casa colonica (farmhouse), Casa vinicola, Cascina (farm), Fattoria (farm, homestead, manor house), Podere (country estate, country house), Poggio (hill), Tenuta (farm), Vigna, Vignai or Vigne, (Ez. and Mz. for vineyard), Vignaioli or Vignaolo (Mz. and Ez. for winegrower), Vigneto (vineyard) and Villa (country house). There are also combinations such as "Azienda vinicola - tenuta XYZ". At the end, the addition on the owner can also be used such as "di Antonio Giorgio Italia". Other terms in other countries are Château and Domaine (mainly France), Estate (New World) and Winery.

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