winetasting


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wine·tast·ing

 (wīn′tā′stĭng)
n.
A gathering of people to taste and compare a number of wines.

wine•tast•ing

(ˈwaɪnˌteɪ stɪŋ)

n.
a gathering of critics, buyers, friends, etc., to taste a group of wines for comparative purposes.
[1935–40]
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I tapped in and out, then in and out, of Twitter to follow a live winetasting organised by the Wine Society and I hunted in vain.
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He told the 400-strong studio audience a woman called Debbie Bolan had emailed him via the show's website to tell him she and her brother Chris were with a bunch of pals at a London brewery for a winetasting bash As the website address flashed up on screen, Graham announced to the cameras: "Let's go over now to the winetasting place."
Come on, chaps, even the city's seediest, wannabe trendy wine bars have heard of 'winetasting".
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