Sommelier



noun, plural sommeliers
[suhm-uh l-yeyz; French saw-muh-lyey] /ˌsʌm əlˈyeɪz; French sɔ məˈlyeɪ/ (Show IPA)
1.
a waiter, as in a club or restaurant, who is in charge of wines.
noun
1.
a wine steward in a restaurant or hotel

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