noun: Someone who enjoys wine, especially as a connoisseur.
From Greek oinos (wine), + -phile (love). Earliest documented use: 1930.
“While I am more than happy to drink wine of all nations and colours, my husband Don is the family oenophile.”
Ann Morrison; Confessions of an Underqualified Oenophile; Financial Times (London, UK); Jun 10, 2006.
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