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  • n. An expert in the science of enology.

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  • n. a specialist in wine making


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eno- + -logist


  • I'm waiting for the consulting enologist to arrive.

    anodin - French Word-A-Day

  • "We are trying to place Mexico on the map of good wines," says Victor Manuel Torres Alegre, enologist and production manager at Chateau Camou.

    A Toast To Better Wines

  • At the time, a passion for wine-making along with everything French had seized the upper crust of Chile, and Don Melchor contracted with the eminent French enologist de Labouchere to plant vines purchased in Bordeaux.

    The Emerging Markets Century

  • One who does so is called a viniculturist, enologist, or simply a winemaker.

    ride in my little red wagon

  • I asked, before the Maine fisherwoman or the Virginia enologist gave their wrong answers.

    The Dead House

  • But at the same time it is very balanced, Axel Heinz, Tenuta's enologist, said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Join us at Sigel's-Addison on Thursday, February 18th from 5-7pm as Joe Hurliman, winemaker and enologist for Royal Wine Corp, leads us through a tasting of his current vintages. stories

  • During a recent tour of the valley with state enologist Steve Menke, Caspari noted that in some places the damage isn't as bad as feared.

  • State enologist Horst Caspari said most growers and winemakers learn to accept the unpredictable ways of Mother Nature.

  • The "Gaiorny" of it: our server at Enoclub in Alba used a cart made out of a Gaja "original wooden case" to open the bottle of Bruno Giacosa 2004 Barolo Falletto that we drank with Giacosa enologist

    Do Bianchi


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