winetaster

[ wahyn-tey-ster ]
/ ˈwaɪnˌteɪ stər /

noun

a critic, writer, buyer, or other professional who tests the quality of wine by tasting.
a small, flat bowl, often of silver, used to hold a small amount of wine being tasted.

Nearby words

  1. winery,
  2. winesap,
  3. winesburg, ohio,
  4. wineshop,
  5. wineskin,
  6. winetasting,
  7. winey,
  8. winfield,
  9. winfred,
  10. winfrey

Origin of winetaster

First recorded in 1625–35; wine + taster

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