[Tagging] product of a landuse=vineyard

Warin 61sundowner at gmail.com
Thu Jun 20 00:44:29 UTC 2019


On 20/06/19 03:44, marc marc wrote:
> Le 19.06.19 à 17:50, Martin Koppenhoefer a écrit :
>> Am Mi., 19. Juni 2019 um 16:48 Uhr schrieb marc marc :
>>>      The question that arises is the tag to link the vineyard to the wine.
>>>      I'm thinking about a tag like for:product=* set on a landuse=vineyard
>> Can you explain what you mean with "the wine"?
> some vineyards have a sign that says "here grapes are produced
> for xyz wine"
> the name indicated is often the corresponding pdo product.
> PDO=protected designation of origin

Warning. Splitting hairs!
The product, that wine, does not come from the vineyard.
The vineyard has a produce of the grape that goes into the wine maker.

Possibly a key 'source_of=*'??? I don't see renders using it. So I don't see much point it it.

>
>> Is this about the grape variety?
> no (species taxon genus may be used for this)
>
>> Or the name /brand of the winemaker?
> sometime, but not all landuse=vineyard are owned by a winemaker.
> so the brand of the winemaker is not a brand for the landuse=vineyard
> moreover, the same vineyard can be linked to many different brands
> of wine, the aim is not to reach this level of detail
>
>> you cannot see from the vineyard which
>> kind of process will be use to make the wine
> except if it's the goal of the sign the mapper want to add in osm :)
> the same thing exists for cider, cheese, foie gras, ham.
>
> another idea: network=name of the PDO product
>
>




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