verb (used with object), vinified, vinifying.
to produce (a type of wine) by vinification:
to vinify champagne entirely from white grapes.
to convert (grapes or other fruit) into wine.
verb (used without object), vinified, vinifying.
to make wine.
to undergo the winemaking process:
Some juices vinify more quickly than others.

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