|Cooper||A craftsperson of wooden barrels and casks. A cooperage is a facility that produces such casks|
|Négociant||A wine merchant that purchases the product of smaller growers and/or winemakers to sell them under its own name|
|Oenologist||A wine scientist or wine chemist; a student of oenology. A winemaker may be trained as an oenologist, but often hires a one as a consultant|
|Sommelier||A specialist in charge of developing a restaurant's wine list, educating the staff about wine, and assisting customers with their selections|
|Vintner, Winemaker||A wine producer; a person who makes wine|
|Viticulturist||A specialist in the science of grapevines; a manager of vineyard pruning, irrigation, and pest control|
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