Why I use phrases like ‘tobacco leaf,’ ‘black fruit’ and ‘jammy’ to describe wine

A reader emailed a few weeks ago to complain about — or perhaps make fun of — the way I describe wines. Having recently retired, Joel Darmstadter, of Chevy Chase, Md., said he was trying to catch up on the pleasures of life, including “wines not nearly appreciated to the extent guaranteed.” But he was having trouble.

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