négociant

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négociant

(neɡɔsjɑ̃)
n
1. (Commerce) a wine merchant or wholesaler; specifically, one who buys grapes, grape juice, or partially fermented or finished wine from others and sells the wine produced under his or her own name
2. (Brewing) a wine merchant or wholesaler; specifically, one who buys grapes, grape juice, or partially fermented or finished wine from others and sells the wine produced under his or her own name
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Vandenhuten, negociant, which had turned the scale of choice in my favour.
Selon d'autres sources, elles aussi tres proches du dossier, le retard dans le paraphe serait plutot explique par la non definition de la notion de territoire de l'Open Sky, l'Europe negociant encore le Brexit avec une Angleterre qui voudrait toujours beneficier des bienfaits de l'espace economique europeen.
Cameron Hughes Wine is a wine negociant specialising in the acquisition, blending, and marketing of fine wines with service under its namesake label founded in 2001 by Cameron Hughes and Jessica Kogan.
Part of the fine Chablis negociant Louis Latour, the earthy bouquet from the fruits promises a big hit on the palate.
Variations arise from vintage to vintage in who the winemaker is, and in whether the wine hails from a negociant (broker) or a family Domaine (cellar)
Comme sur un terrain conquis, elle fait montre, une enieme fois, de sa parfaite maitrise de la structure poetique et musicale andalouse, negociant avec brio, y compris les morceaux pas faciles a jouer.
He is currently the Export Director of Yvon Mau (5th negociant of Bordeaux wine) subsidiary of Freixenet, Spanish family company which is No.
The owner personally selected Tom to develop Negociant Wine Brands.
Among these are low barriers to entry, especially with the market acceptance of negociant and virtual brands.
In 2006, he left a day job to strike out on his own, acting as a negociant and gradually increasing his output.
Morsi avait promis d'injecter 200 milliards de livres dans l'economie egyptienne, mais a surpris le peuple en negociant un pret du FMI de quatre milliards de dollars et dont l'interet sera assume par les citoyens modestes, a-t-il ajoute.
C'est d'autant plus vrai que les femmes sont l'un des moteurs principaux des changements de valeurs et de comportements dans la societe japonaise contemporaine en refusant le mariage, en revendiquant des choix de carriere, en resistant aux pressions sociales et en negociant des modeles familiaux alternatifs (voir notamment Mirza 2010).