Sommelier's métier

The clue "Sommelier's métier" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 28 2021.

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New York Times Clues March 28, 2021

Pest control product
Luggage label
Color effect in graphic design
Video game princess of the Kingdom of Hyrule
Writer Zora ___ Hurston
Take part in a D&D campaign, e.g.
Brand of fruity hard candy
Personae non gratae
"___ to differ!"
One taking the long view?
Tarot deck character
Some surgical tools
"Unit" of fun
All-star duo?
Comfort in not knowing, say
Ships passing in the night?
Sch. on the Rio Grande
Like some parties and flowers
"Back to the Future" antagonist
Hit movie released as "Vaselina" in Mexico
Husk-wrapped dish
Colorful tropical fish
Song standard on "Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits"
With 11-Down, hit 2001 film with an "!" in its title
Stirred up
Cold shower?
Muralist ___ Clemente Orozco
2021 Super Bowl champs
Boy, in Barcelona
Animated character who wears a red shirt and no pants
Time before computers, facetiously
Fleet runner: Abbr.
One feature of a perfect nanny, in a "Mary Poppins" song
Hesitate in speaking
More inquisitive
Jaded sort
Solo flier?
Prefix meaning "both"
Welled (up)
Like people who are much looked up to
Insurance fraud ploy
Determiner of cannabis legality, e.g.
Classic carnival ride
Cherished family member
Golding of "Crazy Rich Asians"
Sporty car
Deliver a speech
World of Warcraft spellcaster
Leans (on)
Pastoral poem
___ es Salaam
Navel type
Sticker on the back of a laptop, say
Home to the Sugar Bowl and Heavenly ski resorts
Draft pick?
Neighbor of Belg.
Word after focus or Facebook
See 72-Across
Mountain map figs.
Ones getting the message
Rio beach of song
Hollow center?
Turner who led an 1831 slave rebellion
Grateful sentiments, in online shorthand
"The Greek" of film
Corner space in Monopoly
Juggling or magic, in a talent show
Nobel laureate Morrison
Poker variety
"This Will Be" singer Natalie
Sommelier's métier
"Monsters, ___"
Be on the level?
"Notorious" Supreme Court initials
Knocked 'em dead
Not spoiled
Suffix with serpent
One of five in "pronunciation": Abbr.
Choice of sizes, briefly
Celebratory, quaintly
Cowboy or Patriot, for short
Distinct melodic segment
Not waver from
Fruit also called a custard apple or prairie banana
Baby's cry
Cue at an audition
Land jutting into il Mediterraneo
Community of followers
Thesaurus listing: Abbr.
Melber of MSNBC
Candy featured in a classic "MythBusters" episode
Confucian's spiritual path
In ___ (peeved)
Nintendo dinosaur who eats fruit and throws eggs
Bring to court
2003 best seller whose title is one letter different from a fantasy creature
Grammy winner DiFranco
___ gow (Chinese domino game)
Money earned from an event, say
Archaeologist's find
Brian once of glam rock
U.S. health org.
"Hands off, that's mine!"
Austrian article
Sent off
Lose a layer
Bit of luau wear
"No question!"
Magazine whose 60th anniversary issue had the cover line "Denzel, Halle & Jamie"
What's hard about a melon?
Origami shape called "orizuru"
Tree surgeon, at times
Interior chambers
Gem weight
Bonnie's partner in crime
Quadratic formula subj.
Measurement in plane geometry
Camera type, briefly
As well
DuVernay who directed "Selma"
Queue before P
Canal locale
Piece de resistance?