wine waiter

NOUN
  1. a waiter who manages wine service in a hotel or restaurant
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How To Use wine waiter In A Sentence

  • Britain may no longer boast the best wine waiter in the world but that is no reflection on the rest of us, according to experts. Times, Sunday Times
  • The final straw came when the wine waiter let a single drop fall from the neck of the bottle on to the table.
  • Any wine waiter worth his grapes will decant the wine before serving it.
  • There was a lot of sediment at the bottom of the glass, but the wine waiter told us this was a sign of a good wine.
  • The restaurant had covers of 110 and I was the senior wine waiter.
  • Britain may no longer boast the best wine waiter in the world but that is no reflection on the rest of us, according to experts. Times, Sunday Times
  • You were always a fastidious trencherman, and struck fear into the hearts of many a maître d' and wine waiter, but when they knew you, they adored you.
  • Britain may no longer boast the best wine waiter in the world but that is no reflection on the rest of us, according to experts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Britain may no longer boast the best wine waiter in the world but that is no reflection on the rest of us, according to experts. Times, Sunday Times
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