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.

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Origin of winetaster

First recorded in 1625–35; wine + taster
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