Yep, that's right - the word if eonophile pronounced - EE-nuh-fyle
Sounds weird doesnt it - I thought so too.....but when I checked out Webster - I fell in love with the word...because .... it means....a lover or connoisseur of wine.
It comes from the Latin borrowed from the Greek to create a combining form that means "wine," oeno-. Modern French speakers combined oeno- with -phile (Greek for "lover of") to create oenophile before we adopted it from them in the mid-1800s. Oenophiles are sure to know oenology(now more often spelled enology) as the science of wine making andoenologist (now more often enologist) for one versed in oenology.
This calls for a glass of wine....enjoy the weekend.....