Definition of wine steward in English:

wine steward

Syllabification: wine stew·ard


A waiter responsible for serving wine.
More example sentences
  • The waiter also serves as a wine steward, so passengers generally need to know what vintages they like or dislike.
  • If it's corked, it will smell moldy, or taste like vinegar, or be revolting in some other fairly obvious fashion. If you think there's something terribly wrong with it, ask the wine steward to taste it.
  • It seems that Michael Jackson has the only playroom in the Western world with a wine steward.

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