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Michdara

Enophiles or Oenophiles?

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I'm relatively new to the wine world, I've unfortunately had an allergic reaction to it for the last several years so I've been out of the loop for quite a while.My job requires me to be a wine connoisseur so I'm brushing up on my terminologies :)

Which term is correct: enophiles or oenophiles? I'm finding that I see both of these spelling, oenophiles more commonly (and enophiles is underlined in red as a spelling mistake)

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I have only ever seen oenophile.

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Oenophile ...


 ... Shel

"... ya can't please everyone, so ya got to please yourself "

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