wine steward


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wine steward

n.
One who is employed to serve wine, as at a restaurant or winetasting.

wine′ stew`ard


n.
a waiter in a restaurant or club who is in charge of wine; sommelier.
[1895–1900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wine steward - a waiter who manages wine service in a hotel or restaurantwine steward - a waiter who manages wine service in a hotel or restaurant
server, waiter - a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
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A waiter appeared with the next course, followed by the wine steward, carrying champagne.
He called the wine steward and pointed to his nephew's glass.
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After arriving, he quickly went on to work at some of the best restaurants in the city, including Farallon and Rubicon, training as a captain and wine steward.
Vicki Honerkamp, head bartender and wine steward for Jakes Fine Dining atop the Midnight Star in Deadwood, SD.
Joe most recently worked for Meijer in Scio Township as a wine steward.
Last year, a wine steward went on a bicoastal binge of plucking pricey art off gallery walls in California and New York.
Before moving to Wenatchee, he worked for 15 years at Bellevue's four-star, gourmet restaurant Jonah & the Whale as a maitres d'h6tel, server and wine steward.
When Olly's not around, friendly Scouse wine steward Al Clinton leads tastings - and talks about cars, the other love of his life.
A full-time wine steward serves customers at a walk-up counter tasting station or bar.
Sarah Baisley is a contributing editor and the wine steward at the Malibu Pavilions store.