wine merchant

NOUN
  1. someone who sells wine
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How To Use wine merchant In A Sentence

  • The wine of interest to this new breed of wine merchant typically sits in an unbroken case in Britain.
  • Sadly, shelling out £20 is not always a guarantee of quality, so do try to taste before you buy, or find a wine merchant or critic whom you trust.
  • In my days as a wine merchant, he was a benevolent boss who was keen to pass on helpful tips.
  • The fine-wine merchant is the place to go if you want to buy and cellar great vintage wines.
  • Fine wines can be purchased through wine merchants, who can also advise on building up a wine collection and storing the bottles in perfect condition. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the châteaux and wine merchants it is a nightmare. Times, Sunday Times
  • Or go to a good independent wine merchant and get talking? Times, Sunday Times
  • Back in 1871, local wine merchant Alfred Speer patented the first "endless-travelling sidewalk", and promptly proposed an ambitious elevated moving walkway along Broadway.
  • He had a job with an Edinburgh wine merchant.
  • Certainly almost all the best English wine writers seem to have begun life as wine merchants, including such late luminaries as André Simon (a prolific writer for whom a prestigious wine book prize is named) and Harry Waugh (a waggish one who famously described a 1961 Château Latour as simply a wine with "lots of color and bags of fruit"—this was, long before the two-paragraph tasting note). What to Read With a Good Beaujolais
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