wineshop


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wineshop

(ˈwaɪnʃɒp)
n
(Commerce) a shop that specializes in selling wine
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The banquet and the ball were given on a first floor above a wineshop in the Rue de Charenton.
Try to realize the scene, the shabby red-painted wineshop, the smell of wine, the yells of merriment; try to feel that you are really in the faubourg, among old people, working men and poor women giving themselves up to a night's enjoyment.
Wine, properly speaking, had been hitherto unknown; a thin, sour beverage like verjuice had been their only drink, but now wineshops were established to supply a natural demand.
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There's also a chance to find your perfect drink for the festive period with expert advice from Selfridges sommelier Terry Threlfall at the Christmas Wineshop Event on December 7 between 6pm and 7.
A knowledgeable wineshop clerk would be an invaluable resource for steering you to good bottles for most themes.
Tasting opportunities abound, but again you don't have to venture far from the hotel - the Garrafeira Internacional wineshop offers examples from all over the country.
Tis I who have swept with my mustaches the wineshop, / To what is good and ill of both worlds said good-bye.
After the climax of the Black Mass with its obscene pandemonium, Madame Chantelouve takes Durtal to a squalid wineshop, into a room with a broken chamber pot and a sagging metal bed.
Michael Campbell at 65 Fen, a wineshop he opened in December in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
Andrea Gatti, creator of one of Italy's oldest wine portals wineshop.