Oenophile



[ee-nuh-fahyl] /ˈi nəˌfaɪl/

noun
1.
a person who enjoys wines, usually as a connoisseur.
/ˈiːnəˌfaɪl/
noun
1.
a lover or connoisseur of wines
n.

1930 (as an adjective 1900), probably from French oenophile, from Greek oinos “wine” (see wine) + -phile.

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