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Azienda vinicola

In Italy, a frequent designation for a wine-growing enterprise. This designation is also associated with tax advantages. In addition, some other terms are also used for wineries, which are prefixed to the name: Azienda agricola (agricultural enterprise), Casa or also the abbreviation Ca' (house, home), Casa colonica (farmhouse), Casa vinicola, Cascina (farm), Fattoria (farm, farmstead, manor house), Podere (country estate), Poggio (hill), Stabilimento (farm), Tenuta (estate), Vigna, Vignai or Vigne, (vineyard), Vignaioli or Vignaolo (winegrower), Vigneto (vineyard) and Villa (country house). Combinations such as "Azienda vinicola - tenuta XYZ" also occur. At the end, the addition of the owner such as "di Antonio Giorgio Italia" can also be used. Other terms used in other countries are château and domaine (mainly France), estate (New World) and winery.

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