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Spanish term for cellar/cellar, in the broader sense also for wine store or winery. The name is derived from the Greek "pharmacy" (literally "storeroom"). Quite common is the combination "Bodegas y Viñedos", which means "wineries (cellars) and vineyards". The cellar master is the Bodeguero. The Catalan "Celler" for cellar is only used in Catalonia and on the Balearic Islands. The term "señorio" (manor house) is also more common (not only for wineries) in Navarre, which refers to a historical noble residence. The tavern (inn) is called "Taberna" in Spanish.

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