wineshop

noun
wine·​shop | \ ˈwīn-ˌshäp How to pronounce wineshop (audio) \

Definition of wineshop

: a tavern that specializes in serving wine

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The Middle Ages died dismally, and the scapegrace poet Francois Villon sang their requiem in the wineshops of the Cité. Bruce Dale, National Geographic, "Adored, neglected, and restored: A 1968 Nat Geo feature explored Notre Dame," 17 Apr. 2019 The Middle Ages died dismally, and the scapegrace poet Francois Villon sang their requiem in the wineshops of the Cité. Bruce Dale, National Geographic, "Adored, neglected, and restored: A 1968 Nat Geo feature explored Notre Dame," 17 Apr. 2019

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First Known Use of wineshop

1813, in the meaning defined above

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