winebibber

wine·bib·bing

 (wīn′bĭb′ĭng)
adj.
Given to much drinking of wine.
n.
Habitual drinking of wine.

wine′bib′ber n.

winebibber

(ˈwaɪnˌbɪbə)
n
(Brewing) a person who drinks a great deal of wine
ˈwineˌbibbing n
Translations

winebibber

[ˈwaɪnˌbɪbəʳ] Nbebedor(a) m/f
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Yet, Jesus was criticized for eating with tax collectors and sinners, for going among the people eating and drinking, for being a winebibber, for eating when he was hungry and sleeping when he was tired.
Schneider (2007) also points out that Jesus did not live as simply as he could have lived--in comparison to John the Baptist, Jesus' critics called him "a gluttonous man, and a winebibber, and a friend of publicans and sinners" (Luke 7:31-35).
Moreover, both Matthew 11:19 and again Luke 7:34 record that when Christ broke bread with the joyful, he was called a winebibber and a glutton.