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  • noun Plural form of enologist.

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Examples

  • POGGIOLI: Teresa Severini is the daughter of Maria Grazia Lungarotti and one of Italy's first female enologists.

    In Italy, A Vintage Way To Chill: The Wine Massage

  • A large number of Long Island winery owners and some winemakers truly believe that Long Island can do many varietals equally well, regardless of the opinion of professional viticulturalists and enologists, and contrary to the opinion of outside independent reviewers of Long Island wines.

    Finger Lakes Riesling. Long Island Chaos.

  • POGGIOLI: Teresa Severini is the daughter of Maria Grazia Lungarotti and one of Italy's first female enologists.

    In Italy, A Vintage Way To Chill: The Wine Massage

  • POGGIOLI: Teresa Severini is the daughter of Maria Grazia Lungarotti and one of Italy's first female enologists.

    In Italy, A Vintage Way To Chill: The Wine Massage

  • POGGIOLI: Teresa Severini is the daughter of Maria Grazia Lungarotti and one of Italy's first female enologists.

    In Italy, A Vintage Way To Chill: The Wine Massage

  • Larger vineyards have enologists, also known as vintners, who are there only to make and blend the wine.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Larger vineyards have enologists, also known as vintners, who are there only to make and blend the wine.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Larger vineyards have enologists, also known as vintners, who are there only to make and blend the wine.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Larger vineyards have enologists, also known as vintners, who are there only to make and blend the wine.

    The Merlot Murders

  • The simulated roast duck was staggeringly authentic, and even the wines could have passed the inspection of all but the most learned enologists on Earth.

    The Garden of Rama

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