wine taster


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wine taster

n.
1. One who evaluates the quality of wine by tasting it, especially on a professional basis.
2. A small bowl used to hold wine for tasting.
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Noun1.wine taster - a taster who evaluates the quality of wineswine taster - a taster who evaluates the quality of wines
taste tester, taster, taste-tester, sampler - someone who samples food or drink for its quality
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The taste is not in the wine; the taste is created by the brain of the wine taster,' Shepherd wrote, as relayed by The New York Post.
Osvaldo rises in status within his patron cardinal's establishment by becoming an expert wine taster, a skill where his brief verdicts replace any more elaborate utterances since speech itself becomes life threatening in the context of the Inquisition.
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I'm convinced that I'm a better wine taster than a wine maker.
This attribute allows even the inexperienced wine taster to describe a wine's aroma by how it reminds him of other things he has tasted before.
Parker is a wine taster, and the most powerful wine critic in the world, who can make a winery with a smile or break one with a wince.
If I could plan a career, international centre forward and leading Flat trainer would do just fine, possibly followed by a stint as a Caribbean-based wine taster just to top up the pension contributions.