wine steward


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n wine steward a waiter who manages wine service in a hotel or restaurant
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In literature:

He insisted upon eating the Sheriff's best bread and drinking his best wine, so that the steward waxed wroth.
"Robin Hood" by J. Walker McSpadden
But there are ale, mead, and wine in the buttery, and the steward a merry rogue, who will not haggle over a quart or two.
"The White Company" by Arthur Conan Doyle
He called the wine steward and pointed to his nephew's glass.
"The Kingdom of the Blind" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
The girl asked the steward to open the wine-skin, and let her taste the liquor.
"Uarda, Complete A Romance Of Ancient Egypt" by Georg Ebers
The steward was also responsible for the wine cellar.
"Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
The steward may keep wines and other beverages for sale by the bottle, but he cannot maintain a bar.
"Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life" by Thomas Wallace Knox
Jack, run to the steward's room and get the wine.
"Varney the Vampire" by Thomas Preskett Prest
As Steward he has to visit the tenants of the monastery; in the autumn he journeys about the country buying wine.
"The Age of Erasmus" by P. S. Allen
Steward, will you bring a clane wine-glass?
"The King's Own" by Captain Frederick Marryat
The bread and wine wanted for the royal table were secretly provided by a steward of the household.
"The Peasant and the Prince" by Harriet Martineau

In news:

His background at Windows on the World in NYC includes manager of hors d'oeuvreie and wine steward.
Chef Jude Tauzin, along with fellow chef Jeremy Conner and wine steward Ben Leger, heads up innovative restaurant and wine bar POUR in River Ranch's Town Square.
POUR wine steward Ben Leger, chef Jude Tauzin and patron Linda Terry.