Translation for 'wine merchant' from English to Russian
NOUN   a wine merchant | wine merchants
SYNO vintner | wine merchant
виноторговец {м}
wine merchant
Partial Matches
Венецианский купец [Уильям Шекспир]
The Merchant of Venice [William Shakespeare]
вино {с}
белое вино {с}
white wine
винная бутылка {ж}
wine bottle
виноторговец {м}
wine dealer
винная карта {ж}
wine list
красное вино {с}
red wine
карта {ж} вин
wine list
фужер {м} (для вина)wine glass
бокал {м} [для вина]wine glass
винная стойка {ж}wine rack
вишнёвое вино {с}
cherry wine
десертное вино {с}
dessert wine
глинтвейн {м}
mulled wine
грог {м}
mulled wine [grog]
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Usage Examples English
  • His father was a wine merchant and a fishmonger by appointment to the Royal Court.
  • His brother, John Cockburn FRSE (died 1862), was a wine merchant and founder of Cockburn's of Leith.
  • For a time, the small community next to the canal was informally known as Lynchville, after the original owner of the property, the prominent wine merchant Dominick Lynch.
  • Bouchon Wine Bar is a French-styled wine bar which encompasses a Wine Merchant, Bar, Restaurant and Deli.
  • Martin Lynch-Gibbon is a well-to-do 41-year-old wine merchant whose childless marriage to an older woman called Antonia has been one of convenience rather than love.

  • The brand was first launched in 1986 by English wine-merchant IDV.
  • Trimalchio is an arrogant former slave who has become quite wealthy as a wine merchant.
  • Currently, he is a professional wine merchant making wines under the labels "Hattrick" and "Triple Overtime" with wines from Australia and California.
  • ... 8 September 1860 Berlin, Prussia – 21 April 1930 Berlin, Germany) was a Prussian/German brewery owner and wine merchant, who at the age of 40 began to study archaeology.
  • He was born in Leith, the son of William Alexander, a wine merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Lindsay.

  • His father, also named Stefan George, was an inn keeper and wine merchant and his mother Eva (née Schmitt) was a homemaker.
  • At the same time Christian Waagepetersen, wine merchant to the Danish court and supporter of the arts, also became an important patron for Marstrand during this early period.
  • James's Street in London notes the upper floors of the building (which have housed the noted wine merchant Berry Brothers and Rudd since 1698) housed the Texas Legation.
  • He spent some of his early years in Oporto, the principal city and port of northern Portugal, where his father worked as a port wine merchant, a family business connected with Taylor's Port.
  • It housed a wine merchant in the 19th century, and was refurbished in 1914 into a café.

  • After his theatre work, Havers slid into a period of acting unemployment, during which time he worked for a wine merchant.
  • His empire included the Little Chef and Happy Eater roadside restaurants, Crest, Forte Grand, Travelodge and Posthouse hotels, as well as the wine merchant Grierson-Blumenthal and a non-controlling majority stake in the Savoy Hotel.
  • Collaborated with the wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd on a limited edition range of bottles.
  • His mother Minka was born February 7, 1854; she was a descendant of Czech immigrants, manufacturers of crucibles for glass-making, and a daughter of a well known wine merchant and local councillor Jožef Kokošinek from Maribor (born in Vitanje).
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