~ A wine thief is a glass or food-grade plastic pipette used in
the process of wine making. It may be anywhere from 12 to 24
inches (30 to 60 centimeters) in length and may have a bend near
one end. The wine thief is used to remove a small amount of wine
from a cask, carboy, or other fermentation device for testing.
you are the Chatham Wine Thieve. Is that spelled wrong?"
it's a verb: to thieve (third-person singular simple present
thieves, present participle thieving, simple past and past
Chatham Wine Thieve • 42 East High Street• East Hampton, Connecticut •