One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person in charge of a cellar, especially a wine cellar; (Winemaking) a person in charge of wine production from the arrival of grapes or must at the cellar, through vinification and maturation, to bottling and shipment.
Early 19th century. After German Kellermeister; compare Dutch keldermeester, Middle Low German kellermēster.
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