winemaker

[wahyn-mey-ker]
noun
1.
an expert in the production of wines.
2.
a winegrower.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see wine, maker

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Example sentences
Because these aromas are volatile, decanting actually results in a wine with
  much less of the aroma than the winemaker intended.
Dominique is an acknowledged master of the winemaker's art.
Special events such as winemaker dinners and social events might require
  tickets or an advanced reservation.
Ask the winemaker or distributor for his or her favorite.
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