Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a composer during the Classical period. Mozart may refer to: Related to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart family, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's family Franz Mozart, Wolfgang's paternal great-grandfather Johann Georg Mozart, Wolfgang's paternal grandfather Leopold Mozart, Wolfgang's father Anna Maria Mozart née Pertl, Wolfgang's mother Maria Anna Mozart, Wolfgang's sister Maria Anna Thekla Mozart, Wolfgang's cousin Constanze Mozart, Wolfgang's wife Karl Thomas Mozart, Wolfgang's and Constanze's elder surviving son Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart, Wolfgang's and Constanze's youngest child and pianist Unrelated to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart Santos Batista Júnior, Brazilian footballer Mozart Camargo Guarnieri, Brazilian composer Marc Mozart, German songwriter and record producer, member of Mozart & Friends Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga, composer called the "Spanish Mozart" François-Adrien Boieldieu, composer called the "French Mozart" Joseph Martin Kraus, composer called the "Swedish Mozart" Jacques Offenbach, composer called the "Mozart of the Champs-Élysées" A. R. Rahman, composer called the "Mozart of Madras" Gioachino Rossini, composer called the "Italian Mozart" Chevalier de Saint-Georges, composer from Guadeloupe called the "Black Mozart" Vicente Martín y Soler, composer called the "Valencian Mozart" Samuel Wesley, composer called the "English Mozart" Mozart, crater on Mercury Mozart, small hamlet in Saskatchewan Mozart, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the U.
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La Gomera is a Spanish Denominación de Origen Protegida for wines that covers the entire island of La Gomera comprising the six municipalities of San Sebastián de la Gomera, Agulo, Valle Gran Rey and Alajeró. It obtained its official status in 2009. La Gomera is a mountainous island and cultivation of vines is difficult and laborious; the vines are planted in terraces on steep slopes with walls built of stone. Traditionally the vines were left to grow along the ground, but vines have been trained along trellises. There are around 125 ha planted to vines and registered with the Regulatory Council of the DOP and around 150 grapegrowers and 7 wineries registered; the authorised grape varieties are: Red: Castellana Negra, Listán Negro, Malvasía Rosada, Listán Prieto, Bastardo Negro, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Ruby Cabernet, Tempranillo, Vijariego Negro, Moscatel NegroWhite: Albillo, Forastera Blanca, Doradilla, Malvasía Volcánica, Malvasía Aromática, Moscatel de Alejandría, Verdello, Breval, Listán Blanco, Pedro Ximénez, Bastardo Blanco, TorrontésThe Regulatory Council controls other criteria such as: Maximum authorized planning density: 4,000 vines/ha Maximum authorized must yield: 70% D.
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