oenologist


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oenologist

- A "student of wine."
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oenologist - a specialist in wine makingoenologist - a specialist in wine making    
specialiser, specialist, specializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
Translations

oenologist

enologist (US) [iːˈnɒlədʒɪst] Nenólogo/a m/f
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Oenologist, Theodoros Makarounas said that grape-growing has been a family tradition for decades and that the time had come to create a bespoke winery to showcase their own wines.
It is such a rich wine in both flavour and alcohol that Nicolae Paveleanu, the famous oenologist from Jidvei, was right in calling it "the stallion of the cellars of Tarnave.
Today, I see more people ordering wine, so there is a wine culture growing in Lebanon," says Fabrice Guiberteau, oenologist and technical director at Chateau Kefraya.
The master brewer at 3 Monkeys is French Canadian Martin Bernard who's also an oenologist and believes that brewing is as exacting a science and art as wine-making.
It was when three pairs of brothers -- the Secci brothers from Italy -- Alessio and Andrea, Delhizens Kapil and Gaurav, and the Mohite- Patil brothers from Akluj -- Ranjit and Arjun, came together with Tuscan viticulturist and oenologist Piero Masi that Fratelli Wines was born.
Presented at Technology Day of the Champagne Oenologist Union, Epernay, France, Oct.
Before we were let loose on them, Daniele Accordini, the oenologist of the growers' organisation, who is also vice-president of the Negrar Co-operative, gave a long, detailed and scholarly analysis of the 2009 season and of the style of wines it produced.
But according to Elie Mmari, an oenologist and export manager for Ksara, that could soon change as pomegranate wine is enjoying somewhat of a renaissance internationally.
the verbalization of wine tasting process' results performed by the cellar's winemaker or oenologist were subsequently analysed with the WordSmith Tools, and also manually, producing measurable data such as: use and frequency of specific oenological terms; words related to fruits and colours; and a certain number of unexpected or learned expressions.
In a way, you can say that Romania is the New World of the Old Wine World," says Bogdan Costachescu, oenologist for one of Romania s top quality winemakers, Davino, pointing to the growing success of the country s wines.
There is a sense in Greece of belonging to a Mediterranean community, but we are conscious that there is a great diversity - which could be an advantage," said Pavlos Argyropoulos, oenologist and co-owner of Pieria Eratini winery.
Guest judge Alberto Antonini is an Italian oenologist and wine consultant.