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  • n. A shop selling wine.


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wine +‎ shop


  • Yet Sophie, the woman who managed the wineshop it would have been impolite to query her other commercial interests, had taken pity on them.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • They passed a wineshop, several of whose customers had spilled good-naturedly into the street.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • Therefore, while Martel foraged for information, Holland remained in the drafty attic, plotting out likely exchanges with the inventor on the backs of receipts from the wineshop, which Sophie had provided for his entertainment along with a pen and cheap bottle of ink.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • Patrick Watson, a former sommelier and waiter at the New York City restaurant Lupa (my favorite of the mostly Italian empire run by Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich), employs recent French Culinary Institute graduates at Smith & Vine, the small Brooklyn wineshop he runs with his wife, Michele Pravda.

    Dumbing Down Wine

  • After years of buying and learning from wineshop friends, Hunter says, she fears that she herself will drift to the keyboard.

    Dumbing Down Wine

  • BRIX, a stylish wineshop in the newly fashionable South End neighborhood of Boston, has created a devoted local following with frequent tastings, attentive service, and the “BRIX Six,” a six-pack of assorted wines with a changing theme (“French Favorites,” “Picnic Picks”) priced at $75.

    Dumbing Down Wine

  • On great occasion, when they dined at a restaurat, as it is called, a sort of a country inn, a compromise between a provincial wineshop and a Parisian guinguette, they would spend as much as five francs, divided between David and the Chardons.

    Two Poets

  • The shops are shut, the few that are open are of a squalid kind; a dirty, unlighted wineshop, or a seller of underclothing and eau-deCologne.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • From the region of the wineshop, or from the door of the printing office, where these bickerings took place, a dim light began to break in upon the brothers Cointet as to the real state of things in the Sechard establishment.

    Eve and David

  • That evening, when the notables of Saint – Lange were drinking in the private room of the wineshop, the longest head among them declared that such depression could admit of but one construction — the Marquise was ruined.

    A Woman of Thirty


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