Terroir (Tear-Wah ) is a French term used in wine making, which may be interpreted in many ways, but a basic definition is “the coming together of the climate, the soil and the landscape”.

Primarily, it is terroir, which comprises the local factors, and the vine variety planted, that give the wine produced at a vineyard its distinctiveness.

NLV is a Singapore church plant of the vitis “vineyardes” variety. Look under the category, “Terroir NLV” to see the wine produced by us. Find what makes us tick (eg. Vineyard’s core values, priorities and practices) and posts about our ministries and works.

Also, look under the category, “NLV Chronicles”, for records of significant events from when we started.