Tag:shop=wine

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Description
Shop selling wine Edit or translate this description.
Group: Shops
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may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Status: in use

A wine shop. Wine shops tend to sell a large range of wines, usually including or even exclusively high-quality wines. Wine shops are also known as vinothek or enoteca.

shop=alcohol alternative

shop=alcohol is the tag for a shop selling alcoholic drinks to takeaway. This would include wine shops. A shop=alcohol tag could be used in conjunction with drink=* (drink:wine=yes) or alcohol=wine to indicate a wine shop. This may be a better alternative than using shop=wine as a different top level tag.

other similar tags

  • See also shop=deli - "A shop selling delicatessen (fine foods), e.g. cure meat, expensive cheese and sausages, caviar, or luxury confectionery. May also sell fine wine".
  • See also drink=* - For marking availability of special beverages.
  • brewery=*
  • distillery=*
  • winery=*