Sunday, December 25, 2011

A Wine Valet - Explained

Origin of Valet:
Middle English vadlet, valet, from Anglo-French, young man of noble birth serving a lord, boy, servant, from Medieval Latin. {First Known Use: 14th century}
Definition of Valet:
An employee (as of a hotel or a public facility) who performs personal services for customers.
The oldest drink in the world. Made of grapes, contains alcohol.
Catherine A:
Young Lady whom personally selects wines for customers, based on their preferences and her advanced knowledge.