wine merchant

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Synonyms for wine merchant

someone who sells wine


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William Frazier, managing director at Frazier's Wine Merchants, said he expected the new venture to double turnover within two years.
International: Caviste Independent Wine Merchant, Field & Fawcett, The Oxford Wine Company, Talking Wines, The Sampler Wine Merchant, Tom Janson Wines, Vino Vero and The Wine Reserve.
Pass The Parcel, which has a depot at Birds Royd Business Park, is celebrating after parent APC Overnight was named the number one courier by independent wine merchants nationwide for the second successive year.
She moved to the UK in 2010, progressing her career working for the national wine promotions events at Wines of Chile, as well as Averys Wine merchants and for Decanter events.
One of the very best village wines is Brouilly and with the supermarket wars on at the moment you can get a very good one, Brouilly 2013 Collin Bourisset from that well known wine merchant Lidl
Wine Discovery is your local wine merchant and wine tasting specialist.
WINE merchant Majestic posted a small rise in profits this week after sales of English sparkling wine showed a significant increase.
Every wine merchant, off licence and supermarket stocked a good range of wine from the areas of Germany and it accounted for almost 40% of wine drunk in Britain.
The problem with being just a wine merchant is that you're a single-basket entity and don't have the ability to mix your basket profits up in the same way other grocers do.
Summary: A multi-millionaire businessman has bought nearly half of wine merchant Oddbins' remaining stores for an undisclosed sum, it has emerged.
Their thriving five-year-old retail establishment, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant & Wine Bar, located in San Francisco's thriving Ferry Building food mall, includes a wine bar that fills with customers most times of day, drawn from the horde of regular ferry commuters who pour through the building, day-tripping tourists, devoted twice weekly farmer's market shoppers, or just the average San Francisco financial district lunchtime dawdler.
In "Bad Bubbe," Rabbi Harvey helps a traveling wine merchant identify a thief, by calling the robber out on his greed.
Through an exclusive partnership with wine merchant Morrell & Co.
Enlist the services of a reputable wine merchant who will give you tips on vintages and encourage you to taste a variety of wines.
Prices rose so quickly that a consumer could have purchased futures of this vintage for less than a wine merchant could have purchased the same wine six weeks later.